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CNET News.com: Big names sign on for Linuxcare programming services

Jan 27, 2001, 00:04 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephen Shankland)

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"Linuxcare's earlier moves to hire open-source programming gurus have paid off; the start-up has signed several deals to help storage companies prepare their products for the world of Linux."

"On Thursday, Linuxcare announced deals with Hewlett-Packard, Network Appliance, Maxtor, Tricord and SGI. Each deal is worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to the company, said Dave Sifry, co-founder and chief technology officer. The deals are either new or recently completed."

"The deals are critical to the San Francisco start-up's survival amid the general tech downturn and the evaporation of Linux hype. Linuxcare has even been considering a consolidation with Turbolinux to stay afloat. San Francisco start-up's survival amid the general tech downturn and the evaporation of Linux hype. Linuxcare has even been considering a consolidation with Turbolinux to stay afloat."

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