"Corsair was an interesting group to talk to, although they
didn't have anything that they were doing *specifically* with
Linux, they did have some things they were *possibly* doing with
improved Linux performance in their memory products.
"MSI was the big disappointment. They announced to me that
they'll actually be scaling back Linux support and may even end it
since Linux isn't selling well on their netbooks and notebooks.
That much is obvious given how screwed up their *customized*
version of Linux is.
"Phoenix corp had something called "Hyperspace". It's a program
(I believe based on a plug in card, although they didn't confirm
that) that uses a hardened, isolated version of Linux designed to
run inside of Windows to create an ultra secure environment so you
can conduct secure transactions without fear of other people spying
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