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The Companies That Support Linux: Rackspace

Over the past 16 years Rackspace became well known, first as a web hosting provider built on Linux and open source, and later as a pioneer of the open source cloud and founder of the OpenStack cloud platform. Last month the company joined The Linux Foundation as a new corporate member.

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Linux Video of the Week: Meet the First Tizen Smartphone, Samsung Z

At the Tizen Developer Conference in San Francisco this week, Samsung unveiled the first smartphone to run the Linux-based Tizen mobile operating system. In this video, CNET reporter Jessica Dolcourt walks through the phone's features and demonstrates its camera capabilities.

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The Companies That Support Linux: Cumulus Networks

Linux has already transformed data center economics on the server side, and Cumulus Networks is set to do it again – this time through the network. 

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Linux Video of the Week: 40-Node Raspberry Pi Supercomputer

Engineer David Guill's latest project is by no means the first Raspberry Pi supercomputer, but it may just be the most beautiful.

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The Companies That Support Linux: CoreOS

As companies grow their data centers to accommodate more cloud services and applications, their resource management practices also grow increasingly complex. CoreOS is a new Linux distribution that uses containers to help manage these massive distributed systems.

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