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Linux on the loose, again

Transmeta, which has finally unveiled its chip plans, also has Linux fever while Linuxcare is the latest to attempt to cash in on investor interest.

 

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Transmeta, which has finally unveiled its chip plans, also has Linux fever while Linuxcare is the latest to attempt to cash in on investor interest.

"We're not competing against Red Hat or anything."

- Dave Ditzel, Transmeta chief executive

 


Transmeta revs up own version of Linux
The start-up, which Photograph plans to take on Intel with a new chip for mobile devices, has big plans for the Linux operating system as well.

Linuxcare plans to go public
The start-up is the latest unprofitable Linux company to file plans for an initial public offering, hoping to raise about $92 million.

Transmeta shoots for 700 MHz with new chip
update The highly secretive start-up finally unveils its technology plans and makes it clear that it aims to compete against chip giant Intel.