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IT Management Linux News for Aug 13, 2001

  • TheStandard: Red Hat Releases E-Commerce Package (Aug 13, 2001, 23:00)
    As expected, and widely reported, Red Hat has released its E-Commerce Package: "The suite is priced at $275 per month for a minimum of 12 months or for a one-year license at $2,995. The package will be available starting Aug. 22, but preorders will be accepted by the Research Triangle Park, N.C.-based company starting next week."

  • NewsForge: Penguin Computing restructures, lays off 25% (Aug 13, 2001, 22:30)
    "As of last Friday, the company laid off 25 people in an effort, says Weinbrandt, to refine its operations and stay true to the company vision to provide built-to-order Linux-based servers, and to provide customized software configurations for the Web, for applications, and for database servers. Weinbrandt claims that the company is growing, despite the cutbacks."

  • Few winners among Linux companies (Aug 13, 2001, 16:30)
    A lengthy overview of the Linux biz, with quotes from TurboLinux's new CEO and an analyst who says Red Hat and Caldera are the future, while others will either nail down very small markets or consign themselves to "just struggling along." Gartner and Abderdeen are on hand for this one.