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Wyse Technology announced $35 million in funding and a new chief executive on Monday.
Among those embracing the open-source operating system is a manufacturer that had previously rejected the penguin.
Although businesses have been cold to thin clients amid a PC-driven computing market, the research firm predicts better times ahead for this segment of the hardware industry.
The manufacturer reports a net loss of 2 cents a share for the quarter ended June 30, down from 11 cents a share for the same quarter last year.
Compaq, a late entrant into the so-called thin-client market, announces two new systems, including one that runs the Linux operating system.
Although the idea has not caught on in a big way, Hewlett-Packard is touting its new Entria models, which expand the company's use of the upstart Linux operating system to a new area.
Microsoft and Citrix Systems are set to release second betas of their much-anticipated server software for thin client computing.
Microsoft will license Citrix's multiuser technology and the companies will cooperate on the development of Windows NT Server 4.0 and 5.0 generation servers.
Network Computing Devices licensed Citrix Systems' Independent Computing Architecture thin-client protocol. NCD's network computers will feature the protocol, which optimizes remote access to Windows and other applications over low-bandwidth network connections.
Away with clunky PC apps. Users of NCD's PC-Xware 5.0 server software access applications through a Web browser.