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IT Management Linux News for Aug 17, 2000

  • InfoWorld/Reuters: Paul Allen, George Soros-backed Transmeta files IPO (2000-08-17 22:34:15)
    "...filed on Thursday to raise $200 million in an initial public offering."

  • The Register: VA's Augustin talks Itanic, Sledgehammer (2000-08-17 18:28:01)
    "VA is an Intel-only company, but AMD's evolutionary new 64-bit chip has already got serious open source backing here this week. And if that doesn't ring the bell marked "inflection point" - you're deaf."

  • Inter@ctive Week: Linux Rising (2000-08-17 18:14:49)
    "The main reason to be bullish on Linux's future is not that it will replace Windows. Rather, like Microsoft once was, Linux is the technology that is best aligned with a changing economy and will grow in step with it."

  • CNET News.com: Caldera CEO says Unix buy will help Linux adoption (2000-08-17 12:38:56)
    "In many areas, we are not even close to crossing the chasm" and making Linux a mainstream operating system accepted by corporate information technology managers, Love said. Linux has a foothold in general-purpose servers and will expand to dominate special-purpose server appliances, Love predicted."

  • LinuxPR: IEEE Computer Fair 2000 (2000-08-17 01:58:20)
    "Along with the theme of "Open Source Systems" featuring Linux operating systems, the 2000 Computer Fair features a re-direction to technology showcasing break-through innovations from companies throughout the U.S. All retail sales have been removed from the floor."

  • LinuxPR: Guardian Digital Introduces The Linux Lockbox Secure E-Business Solution (2000-08-17 01:15:14)
    "Guardian Digital, Inc., the expert in open source security solutions, today announced the availability of the Linux Lockbox, a secure turnkey e-business server."