"Intel Corp. already has made plain its intentions to jump on
the Linux bandwagon. On Tuesday, the chip maker stepped up its
Linux commitment by announcing, in conjunction with Hewlett-Packard
Co., the release of a software developer's kit aimed at IA-64 Linux
"Just a day before, Intel rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc. made
some Linux news of its own by cementing a deal with embedded Linux
specialist Lineo to build "advanced embedded Linux solutions" for
"Why now? Why the growing interest in Linux, beyond the obvious
reason that the Linux server installed base is continuing on its
upward growth spiral?"
"For longtime Microsoft Corp.backer Intel, the world isn't
looking quite so homogeneous anymore."
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