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Trolltech launches Qt/Embedded

Author: JT Smith

Trolltech announced today the launch of Qt/Embedded, their graphical user interface (GUI) application framework and windowing system
for embedded Linux.

API’s strategic partnerships ensure Alpha Linux market growth

Author: JT Smith

API (Alpha Processor, Inc.), a leading developer of high-performance solutions for high-bandwidth and compute-intensive applications,
today announced the expansion of its partner program to include Linux innovator Stormix Technologies Inc.

Penguin Computing expands again

Author: JT Smith

Penguin Computing Inc., leading provider of reliable Linux systems for Internet serving, today announced that it has opened a central regional sales office in Houston.

HP expands commitment to Linux USED EARLIER

Author: JT Smith

Hewlett-Packard Company today
expanded its commitment to Linux as a strategic operating system, unveiling a number of products and
services as part of its multi-OS strategy for HP-UX(1), 64-bit Windows(R) 2000 and Linux.

Perle Systems to offer dial-out modem pooling client…

Author: JT Smith

The new client allows Linux-based users to share modems with other Linux, Windows 95/98, NT and 2000 workstations on their network.

AT&T completes investment in Net2Phone

Author: JT Smith

Net2Phone Inc. has announced that AT&T completed their investment of $1.4 billion in Net2Phone, a leading provider of voice enhanced services on the Internet.

Baymountain unveils BayCluster Linux server solution

Author: JT Smith

Baymountain, Inc., a provider of Linux-based ASP services announced today that it will unveil a unique Linux-based server solution called BayCluster(TM).

Visionary software applications for wireless devices at Conference 2000

Author: JT Smith

At Motorola’s four-day
conference, the messaging group will exhibit conceptual software applications, designed to underscore the future potential of wireless communications.

Red Hat and Caldera: Top Linux contenders?

Author: JT Smith

ZDNet News pronounces Caldera and Red Hat as the most likely distributions to come out on top in an industry it says is ripe for consolidation. “We have seen the future of Linux, and its names are Caldera and Red Hat.”

Linux Media Arts to design HDTV solution for Linux

Author: JT Smith

The company is taking orders now for the video interface, according to a
press release
at LinuxPR.