The Register: Open source pioneer [Zelerate] cuts staffJan 10, 2001, 22:08 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Andrew Orlowski)
"Zelerate, one of the most closely-watched commercial open source ventures, is to lay off 34 staff, according to a company spokesman. The company's Albuquerque office will close as part of the cost-cutting measures."
"Formerly known as OpenSales, the San Mateo-based company markets AllCommerce, a storefront and content management server which competes against the likes of BroadVision and Microsoft's IIS. With some considerable success too: the server bested Microsoft and IBM offerings in a PC Magazine application server "bake-off" last year, and claims a growing number of blue-chip customers. AllCommerce is cross-platform, and released under GNU's General Public License."