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In many cases, the end of the year gives you time to step back and take stock of the last 12 months. This is when many of us take a hard look at what worked and what did not, complete performance reviews, and formulate plans for the coming year. For me, it is all of those things plus a time when I u...
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Linux in the News - Wednesday

Sun Goes to Europe...to Talk About Linux to Javaland

"Today marks the European debut of the SunNetwork Conference and Pavilion, a.k.a. "SunNetwork Berlin" - with Scott McNealy, Greg Papadopoulos, Mark Tolliver, and Jonathan Schwartz due to hold forth to the Java faithful at ICC Berlin, the International Conference Center over the next two days. Much of what they say will be about Linux."

From the introduction to a report by JDJ News Desk, December 3, 2003 [Emphasis added]

 

Lindows CEO Goes to Europe to Fight Microsoft "Bullying"

Microsoft's Bullying Tactics Bring Lindows.com's Chief to European Resellers' Side

[headline given by Lindows.com to a press release dated December 2, 2003]

 

Source says DoCoMo favors Linux-based 3G handsets

"DoCoMo Inc, Japan's top mobile operator, aims to offer third-generation (3G) handsets that run on the Linux-based operating system as early as the second half of 2004, a source close to the firm said on Tuesday. ...DoCoMo has already offered handset makers specifications of the kind of Linux-based OS suitable for its 3G handsets in order to help them cut development and manufacturing costs, the source said.

DoCoMo does not intend to force them to use the Linux-based software and it does not preclude the use of other operating systems including Smartphone software from Microsoft Corp (nasdaq: MSFT - news - people) as future OS candidates for its 3G phones, the source said."

[Forbes.com, quoting a Reuters report, December 2, 2003]

 

Linux in New Zealand

"We have built an enterprise infrastructure, a cookie-cutter machine which can deploy Linux guests across the enterprise. Whether it be on mainframe or midrange server, it doesn't matter, nor does it matter what type of Linux it is. We see Linux as a key enabler for customers. Lots of companies have infrastructure they've built up year on year on proprietary systems, where theyve been told, 'You need this type of machine to put this application on.' Linux has the ability to change all that. We can take that equipment, centralize and downsize, and lower the total cost of ownership by double-digit figures."

Chris Phillips, head of IBM's new Linux centre of competency in Auckland
[quoted in the New`Zealand Herald, December 2, 2003]

 

 

 

 

 

 

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