ZDNet reports on IBM's plans for LinuxWorld: "Continuing to toot its Linux horn, IBM will start the LinuxWorld Conference
and Expo on Wednesday morning with a slew of hardware and software
announcements supporting the open-source operating system.
On IBM's docket are a new 64-processor IBM server that can run existing Linux
applications unchanged, courtesy of some new IBM middleware; a Linux-based
workstation using Intel's high-end IA-64 processors; and Linux versions of IBM
Domino Workflow and Tivoli systems management software."