"Bergen Council in Norway made headlines in 2004 when it
announced that it would rip out HP/UX servers and Microsoft Windows
desktops in favour of Novell/SuSE Linux. It was meant to be one of
the largest Linux migration projects in Europe, with over 50,000
"The idea was to provide a cost-effective IT infrastructure and
avoid single-vendor lock-in, according to then Bergen Council IT
manager, Janicke Runshaug Foss..."
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