February 28, 2001

IBM working to make Linux work

Author: JT Smith

Jon Panker writes: "IBM Corp. is trying to sell Linux to four focus markets: retail, small- to medium-sized businesses which find the price is right, telecommunications companies, which cluster racks of Linux-based servers together, and financial companies, which can consolidate hundreds of Unix servers onto a single mainframe, said Scott Handy, director of Linux solutions marketing for the company's software group. He talked about what IBM is doing to make Linux work for businesses in this interview." Read the story on searchEnterpriseLinux.com.


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