Linux wins PC World Denmark award for “Innovation of the Year – Software”

Thanks to Henrik Storner
for this link.

The “Innovation of the Year” award is given to products or
technologies which have shown significant innovativeness and impact
through out the year. PC World editors motivated their choice

“Linux. The ‘Ugly Duckling’ that turned into a beautiful swan
and became – to put it briefly – the most widely used operating
system for Internet servers world wide, despite the marketing
muscle of the larger companies. NT has a tremendous hold on the
market, but Linux is gaining new followers every day, and continues
to find new uses wherever a stable, economical and versatile
operating system is needed.”

The complete story and pictures are available at this link.

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