Ciol.com: Compaq-SCO launch joint initiative for LinuxMar 08, 2001, 18:55 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Compaq Computers India and SCO India have together planned to take active initiatives in offering Linux-based complete solutions to the enterprise customers. As part of the initiative, Compaq will train its channel partners across the country on its range of Linux solutions, while SCO will offer Linux training in its authorized educational centers."
"Compaq has a large partner network. We will have training programs for our channel partners and offer support to our Linux-based solutions. This will ensure the availability of prompt services to our customers," said Compaq India's director-enterprise (products) Pallab Talukdar. "Compaq is SCO's largest partner in terms of revenue. We now plan to extend our services on SCO?s Linux offering," he said."
"SCO will begin development work on Linux at its development center in New Delhi. According to SCO India Regional Manager-server software division CSS Anand, his firm has initiated talks with a few companies to offer Linux training at SCO authorized education centers."