announced the availability of Turbolinux Workstation 7.0 for US-based OEMs. With the familiar look and feel of a standard GUI desktop
environment, Workstation 7.0 gives PC and workstation manufacturers the opportunity to provide their business users with easy access to the
tools, applications, support, and stability of Linux."Turbolinux Workstation 7.0 offers OEMs and their customers a choice between Linux and Windows operating systems," said Pete Beckman,
Director of Turbolabs, at Turbolinux. "Now business clients can have the best of both worlds-the tools and features of a familiar desktop
environment with the Linux hallmarks of reliability, expandability, and interoperability."
Workstation 7.0 includes e-mail, Mozilla, and PDA hot-sync capabilities. Its graphical user interface installer allows the user to complete
installation by entering a single password. Workstation 7.0 also allows for optional installation of Windows95/98 in free disk space or optional
dual-boot installation with Windows95/98. In addition, Workstation 7.0 provides ADSL interface for high-speed network connection and
extended support for various digital media including MP3and digital video data.
CPU: Intel or Intel Compatible Pentium level and above
Memory: 64MB and above, 128MB and above recommended
HD: 2GB and above recommended
About Turbolinux, Inc.
Founded in 1992, Turbolinux develops Linux-based software solutions for Internet and enterprise computing infrastructure, including reliable,
available and scalable operating systems for workstations and servers and software clustering solutions for computing traffic management and
peer-to-peer distributed computing. Backed by more than $95 million in investments from some of the world's leading technology companies,
including Compaq, Dell, Fujitsu, Hitachi, IBM, Intel, NEC, Novell, Oracle, SGI and Toshiba, Turbolinux is headquartered near San Francisco with
offices around the world. For more information, visit the Turbolinux Web site at http://www.turbolinux.com.