March 13, 2001
Businesses catching on to Linux, says IBM
Author: JT Smith
Jon Panker writes "IBM's Susan Whitney, vice president of its eServer marketing and sales, said Linux is ideal for business use. Whitney said IBM customers that are proving that include an oil company, which clustered up to 1,000 Intel X-series servers with Linux, and a retail chain, which is installing 15,000 Linux servers in its stores. The operating system is ready for file print, Web serving, distributed computing, commercial clustering and server consolidation, she said. Read the full story at searchEnterpriseLinux.com."