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Infrastructure Linux News for Jan 31, 2003

  • IBM, SuSE Notch Another Linux Win (2003-01-31 17:30:15)
    "In another European Linux win for IBM and SuSE Linux AG, the Kommunales Rechenzentrum Niederrhein (KRZN), a public sector data center serving more than 60 counties in the northwestern section of Germany, has chosen to run Linux on IBM zSeries mainframes..."

  • LinuxWorld.au: Red Hat CTO Weighs on MS vs. Linux in the Data Centre (2003-01-31 11:00:17)
    "Recently, Peter Houston, director of server strategy for Microsoft, sized up the future of enterprise data centres as a 'two horse race' between Microsoft and Linux, with Unix being more of an afterthought as a strategic platform..."

  • InfoWorld: Valuing Diversity (2003-01-31 08:30:09)
    "It's the week after LinuxWorld Conference & Expo, and perhaps you are finding yourself seriously considering a Linux solution. But will it strain your IT staff? Will adding Linux to the datacenter bring unneeded complexity to your operations...?"

  • FOSDEM.org: New FOSDEM Interviews Posted (2003-01-31 07:00:36)
    Links to interviews with Jon "maddog" Hall, Owen Taylor, and Havoc Pennington.

  • Tom's Hardware: A Cold Wind Blows Hot at LinuxWorld New York (2003-01-31 04:00:39)
    "AMD, Sharp, IBM, and Motorola show what developers can do with handheld multimedia electronics on a Linux platform. AMD's CEO Hector Ruiz states his case to convince Linux developers to think of AMD as a friendly giant. Microsoft even showed up, too. This year's LinuxWorld felt more like a CODA to Comdex, than a forum for Unix geeks..."