"Turbolinux, Inc., the leader in high-performance Linux
for Internet infrastructure solutions, today announced the
availability of Turbolinux Workstation 7 for US-based OEMs. With
the familiar look and feel of a standard GUI desktop environment,
Workstation 7 gives PC and workstation manufacturers the
opportunity to provide their business users with easy access to the
tools, applications, support, and stability of Linux.
"Turbolinux Workstation 7 offers OEMs and their customers a
choice between Linux and Windows operating systems," said Pete
Beckman, Director of Turbolabs, at Turbolinux. "Now business
clients can have the best of both worlds-the tools and features of
a familiar desktop environment with the Linux hallmarks of
reliability, expandability, and interoperability." Workstation 7
includes e-mail, Mozilla, and PDA hot-sync capabilities. Its
graphical user interface installer allows the user to complete
installation by entering a single password. Workstation 7 also
allows for optional installation of Windows95/98 in free disk space
or optional dual-boot installation with Windows95/98. In addition,
Workstation 7 provides ADSL interface for high-speed network
connection and extended support for various digital media including
MP3and digital video data. "
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