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ZDNet Australia: Windows More Stable than Linux: Stratus

Feb 24, 2003, 22:00 (45 Talkback[s])
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"Server manufacturer Stratus Technologies is banking on Windows becoming the dominant server operating system of choice, claiming that companies should chose the propriety software for its stability.

"Stephen Kiely, the chairman of Stratus Technologies told ZDNet Australia it is 'an open book' whether Linux or Windows will eventually dominate the server market, but Stratus has thrown its lot in with Microsoft.

"'It's better. Contrary to public opinion it's more stable,' said Kiely. While this comment would raise a howl of protest from open source proponents pointing at the history of the two operating systems, Kiely stands his ground. 'Things always look different through the rear vision mirror than out the windscreen...'

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