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CeBIT 2012: Commercial open source companies

Mar 10, 2012, 14:07 (0 Talkback[s])
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"As in previous years, a number of commercial open source companies are present in Hall 2 at the CeBIT trade show, which is taking place in Hannover, Germany until 10 March. The stands range from small booths manned by just one or two people, such as that from EclipseSource, to huge stands that feature multiple large displays as well as areas for talks and demonstrations.

"Two of the larger and more high-profile stands near the Open Source Forum belonged to messaging and collaboration specialist Zarafa and German solutions provider Univention. The two companies jointly announced an open source integration solution called Zarafa4UCS for connecting version 7.0 of the Zarafa Collaboration Platform with Univention Corporate Server (UCS) 3.0. Separately, Univention previewed integration with ownCloud file sharing and Zarafa demonstrated WebApp, its next generation web interface. Best known for its Nexenta Core Platform (NCP), enterprise storage specialist Nexenta Systems discussed the benefits of the ZFS filesystem and showed off its latest products."

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