Microsoft Bus Riders to Get Wi-Fi via Linux Routers
Sep 07, 2007, 18:00 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Microsoft employees may end up holding their noses a bit while
surfing the Web on the company's new bus system. The mobile
wireless routers on board the company's 'Connector' employee bus
system, made by Seattle-based Junxion Inc., use the open-source
Linux operating system--which Microsoft has identified as one of
its biggest competitive threats.
"Peter Polson, Junxion's president, explained that there
wouldn't be a realistic Windows-based alternative in this
particular segment of the router market..."