August 15, 2002

IBM launches Linux counterblast at Sun

From The Register: "On Monday, Sun intro'd the LX50, its first general purpose x86 server, which will run either Sun's version of Linux or a Lazarus-style reincarnation of Solaris on x86.

In response IBM has created a SWAT team of migration experts to port Sun Solaris customers to IBM Linux systems. At the same time it has revamped its most popular Linux-based Intel server, the x335, and announced a series of customer wins from Solaris to IBM Linux ..."

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