March 30, 2001
New Linux kernel boosts server power, desktop compatability
Author: JT Smith
"The ABM (Anything But Microsoft) market is vibrant and growing, but its mainstay operating system, Linux, has been falling behind the times. For all its vaunted performance and efficiency in small, single-processor servers, it's had to take a back seat to Windows 2000 and commercial versions of Unix when it came to big, multiprocessor servers with gigabytes of memory." Read more at PC Magazine.