September 1, 2000
IBM to open seven Linux centers in Asia-Pacific
Author: JT Smith
IBM will invest more than $200 million in the Asia-Pacific region to help customers and software vendors increase productivity within the Linux operating environment, the company announced. IBM will open development centers to help software vendors port their applications to the Linux environment. The centers will be in Tokyo, Shanghai, Beijing, Taipei, Seoul, Sydney and Bangalore, India, IDG reports. More from CBS Marketwatch.