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Sun, IBM catch a bit of the Linux fever

In just the latest sign of Linux fever, Red Hat unveils a partnership to get the open source operating system into businesses.

 

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In just the latest sign of Linux fever, Red Hat unveils a partnership to get the open source operating system into businesses. Even Big Blue has decided to jump on the Linux bandwagon for its server line.

"Linux (is) part of the evolution of the next generation of the Net.?

- IBM's e-business chief Irving Wladawsky-Berger

 


Red Hat partners for corporate Linux
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Exec touts Linux as key to Net evolution
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