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Penguin on the prowl

Penguin power takes flight as companies from a wide spectrum of the technology industry announce new software and promotions supporting the Linux open-source operating system.

Penguin power takes flight as heavyweights from a wide spectrum of the technology industry announce new software and promotions supporting the open-source operating system.
New software is intended to help equipment makers and telephone companies making a cost-cutting transition to standard, commercially available products.
January 16, 2003


The chipmaker announces new software to help programmers speed up Linux programs running on Intel Xeon and Pentium 4 processors.
January 15, 2003


The software maker launches a program to let educational institutions install its namesake operating system on an unlimited number of computers for $500 per year.
January 15, 2003


MySQL, the Swedish company that sells the open-source database of the same name, releases a version of its software for IBM's mainframe line.
January 14, 2003


The top seller of mobile phones releases software to let Linux programmers develop Java software for its cell phones.
January 14, 2003