June 27, 2003
Linux a snug fit for storage
Michael S. Mimoso writes "Pogo Linux Inc. targets midsized companies with its server and storage products. Its focus is those firms whose needs and budgets are better suited for Linux-based products. Founded in 1999 and profitable for three years, Pogo Linux has shifted its concentration to storage and now offers its customers serial ATA and IDE RAID products. In this interview, chief executive officer Tim Lee talks about the challenges and advantages of using Linux-based storage in the enterprise."