TITLE

VISIONGATEWAY TO DEVELOP LINUX WORKSTATION CLIENT

PUB. DATE
December 2004
SOURCE
UNIX Update;Dec2004, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p5
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article highlights the plans of visionGATEWAY Inc. to develop and support its first Linux based workstation client for Internet Resource Management in December 2004. As a first step, visionGATEWAY has joined Novell's PartnerNet program for Technology Partners which enables the company to participate in Novell technical support, development, and co-marketing activities. Using PartnerNet, and Novell's SUSE Linux as a springboard for development, visionGATEWAY will develop its Linux workstation client at its Brisbane Research and Development facility with support from Novell. The use of Open Source platforms like Linux is growing in the work environment. According to Michael Bromley, chief operating officer at visionGATEWAY, the strategy of the company has always been to support all operating environments in use by its customers. Partnering with Novell brings a considerable level of expertise and technical knowledge.
ACCESSION #
15231083

 

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