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IT Management Linux News for Aug 21, 2000

  • CollabNet Buys Web Site Designer [Alphanumerica] (Aug 21, 2000, 23:06)
    "Bill Portelli, president and chief executive officer of CollabNet, said the combined company would focus on creating the next generation of global, collaborative software development environments."

  • Chicago Tribune: Motorola deal highlights Linux's strengths (Aug 21, 2000, 20:56)
    "This collaborative problem-solving process has fascinated us," Lesniak said. "By the time our customers contact us, they have looked at the open source and identified where the problem might be. It gives us a faster turnaround on problem resolutions. We are surprised and encouraged by what we've seen."

  • CNET Open-source programmer site acquires Web design firm (Aug 21, 2000, 10:36)
    "Open-source programmer site CollabNet will announce tomorrow it's acquiring New York-based Web design company Alphanumerica."

  • EETimes: Linux prepares for embedded real-time usage (Aug 21, 2000, 00:59)
    "Their goal is to rival embedded OS vendors such as Wind River and QNX, while providing an alternative to thousands of engineers who now write proprietary embedded operating systems. More important, some Linux vendors aim to bring real-time performance to applications where determinism is crucial."