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Linux Networx nets $37 million in funding

Lehman Brothers, Canaccord Adams and others invest new money in Linux-based supercomputer maker

Lehman Brothers and Canaccord Adams have contributed to a $37 million investment in Linux Networx, a company that builds high-performance technical computing clusters running Linux and its own software. The two firms joined earlier investors Oak Investment Partners and Tudor Ventures in the funding round, Salt Lake City, Utah-based Linux Networx said Monday.

The funding will be used to speed development of the company's software, which is designed to improve systems management, reliability, performance and efficiency. "We look forward to working with the Linux Networx team to build a dominant company in the supercomputing industry," said Eric Salzman of Lehman Brothers' global trading strategies group in a statement.