"Richard Seibt, the CEO of SuSE Linux A.G. in Nuremberg,
Germany, told eWEEK in an interview on Wednesday that the Munich
City Council would be moving away from all Microsoft products and
implementing Linux as its strategic infrastructure platform.
"The city currently runs Microsoft Office, Windows 3.1, 95, 98
and NT as well as the Internet Explorer browser. The council also
plans to move to the free OpenOffice desktop productivity suite and
may also decide to use Sun's StarOffice suite, he said.
"Although the council has not as yet made a decision on its
choice of vendor, SuSE Linux AG and IBM Germany will participate in
the resulting contract bid..."
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