AsiaBizTech: Linux Advances from Status of 'Tested' to 'Guaranteed'
Oct 11, 2000, 15:14 (1 Talkback[s])
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"Server vendors have become more aggressive about marketing the
Linux operating system in recent months."
"IBM Japan Ltd.'s announcement that it will officially
support the Linux OS on all of its servers helped trigger the move.
Leading vendors, which had managed to handle Linux to some extent,
began to follow IBM seriously after this announcement."
"Among others, Hitachi Ltd. announced in September that it will
support Linux on all of its major product lines, including
mainframe computers, UNIX servers, PC servers, PCs and mobile
devices. Although the company announced the establishment of a
joint venture with Microsoft Corp. in June to offer Windows
2000-based enterprise solutions, Hitachi has organized a business
unit dedicated to promoting Linux, showing its high expectations
for the Linux-solution market."
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