Compaq reinforces support for Linux

Popovich, Ken
June 2001
eWeek;6/25/2001, Vol. 18 Issue 25, p20
Reports that Compaq Computer Corp. unveiled several programs aimed at enterprise users of the Linux operating system. Range of software tools launched by Compaq to support server clustering and enable the migration of applications between Linux and its proprietary systems; Investment and participation of Compaq in a Linux laboratory.


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