Spain's Extremadura Moves 40,000 PCs to Linux
Jan 25, 2012, 15:07 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Teodomiro Cayetano López, Extremadura's CIO (Chief
Information Officer), confirmed on January 23rd that the
administration of Spain's autonomous region will move all their
desktop PCs to Debian Linux.
"'The project is really advanced and we hope to start the
deployment the next spring, finishing it in December.' said
Teodomiro Cayetano López in the press release, referring to
the Debian distribution that will be installed on all 40,000
"The Extremadura administration's computers will receive the
same Debian Linux OS used by the region's public health services
and schools for about five years now, LinEx."