"Intel is supportive of the industry efforts to develop a business-focused standard Linux," said Lisa Hambrick, director, Intel Enterprise Processor Marketing. "Intel Itanium 2-based systems will provide the high-end reliability and scalability features needed for business-critical computing, and combining that with UnitedLinux offers end-users a very compelling enterprise solution."
UnitedLinux addresses enterprise customers' need for a standard, business-focused Linux distribution that is certified to work across hardware and software platforms, accelerating the adoption of Linux in the enterprise. Systems and software companies including AMD, Borland, Computer Associates, Fujitsu Siemens, Fujitsu, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Intel, NEC, Progress Software and SAP are supporting the UnitedLinux initiative. For additional information on UnitedLinux, contact Caldera, Conectiva, SuSE or Turbolinux or go to www.unitedlinux.com.
UnitedLinux is a standards-based, worldwide Linux solution targeted at the business user and developed by Caldera, Conectiva, SuSE, and Turbolinux. Designed to be an enterprise-class, industry-standard Linux operating system, UnitedLinux provides a single stable, uniform platform for application development, certification, and deployment, and allows Linux vendors, Independent Software Vendors, Independent Hardware Vendors, and Original Equipment Makers to support a single high value Linux offering. For more information, go to www.unitedlinux.com.
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