Reuters/Yahoo!: SGI chairman woos India, praises LinuxSep 04, 2000, 12:52 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Narayanan Madhavan)
"Silicon Graphics Inc (SGI) said on Monday that Linux, the open-source computer operating system software that nobody owns, was just right for the country with its vast army of programmers and security minded officials."
"Robert Bishop, chairman and chief executive officer of the California-based company that makes high-performance computers and workstations, told a news conference that the ``open source'' movement ensured robustness and safety."
"I think there is a good reason why India will find itself connected to the Linux movement," said Bishop, whose company is trying to match its own properietary standards by quickly embracing growing Linux and turning a cheerleader for it."