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Red Hat: 'We Spend Over $100 Million a Year to Advance Linux'

Matthew Szulik, Red Hat's former CEO and current chairman, has been in semi-retirement for the past two years...
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Buying with the Penguin

Article Source Cyber Cynic
July 28, 2009, 10:37 am

It had to happen. The Linux Foundation has just started offering an affinity Visa Platinum credit card for people who want to contribute to advancing the Linux through Linux Foundation initiatives.

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SSDs, pNFS Will Test RAID Controller Design

The storage world as we know it is about to change — and not all RAID vendors are ready.
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HP's Ibrix Buy Cools NetApp Speculation

The acquisition of the file serving specialist means that HP won't be making a play for NetApp anytime soon, according to analysts.
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On the Right rPath: An Interview with Billy Marshall, Part 2

In Part 2 of this interview, the focus will be on which applications are likely to make their way into software appliances, how some large ISVs are creating appliances around their applications, and the relationship between appliances and clouds.

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