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Compaq and Samsung in Deal to Save Alpha
Compaq Computer Corp. and South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. are planning to announce Monday a preliminary agreement to spend $500 million to advance
a simple task. If Compaq can leverage Linux into a significant sales increase for Alpha-based systems, this will drive Alpha costs down, leading to further mainstream market penetration. Although aggregate sales figures for Alpha-based systems are estimated at $3 Billion for Tru64 Unix and $4 Billion for OpenVMS systems, these numbers are potentially deceiving. OpenVMS, although a solid, powerful, robust OS, is primarily considered a legacy system, and its revenues are not likely to increase. Tru64 Unix
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Red Hat announces the availability of the source code for IA-64 platforms, the first of which will be Intel’s “Itanium” processor, due later this year.
software partners - although Compaq is clearly a friend of Microsoft. Within the Linux market, Red Hat's initiative will help it consolidate its hold on market share leadership. Caldera, SuSE, Corel, and TurboLinux will need to consider responding in kind, if for no other reason than Itanium support will become a check box when customers consider server OSes. The impact of this announcement on Advanced Micro Devices' forthcoming 64-bit processor, code named Sledgehammer, is presently unclear. AMD says
Linux Laptops from Dell
Dell now has begun selling two models of its laptops with Linux preinstalled.
from them. We expect Compaq and HP will also follow suit within three to six months. We also expect Dell to continue forming strategic Linux alliances, though not with more than three or four companies. What this also reinforces is that Dell's success/future is much more tied to Intel than to Microsoft. Intel has generated ill will with its recent chip supply problems, and Dell would be justified in cultivating a backup CPU source (a/k/a Advanced Micro Devices). However, Michael Dell has made it quite
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has the lead on Compaq and IBM in the Linux space, because of its decision to ship Linux as a factory-installed option.
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Lynx to Donate Advanced Messaging to Linux Open-Source Community
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desktops, such as the Compaq iPaq and HP's e-Vectra. Call them appliance PCs. They are more potent than earlier nods toward diskless, Java-based Network Computers, or NC's. These systems promise easier manufacturing and support costs, but it remains to be seen if the market is ready to deploy unexpandable PCs. Appliance PCs are certainly cheaper to build and to buy. It remains to be seen if they are cheaper to deploy and support. Finally, Linux will continue to take tentative steps from the server room
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Sun has launched an attempt to break into the ranks of large-scale and enterprise storage system vendors like EMC, IBM, and Compaq.
them to supplant EMC, Compaq, or IBM anytime soon. However, the StorEdge T3 does have at least a couple of things going for it: Sun's very large presence in Web infrastructure, giving the StorEdge an installed base into which it can sell Its professed scalability to 88 TB, far in excess of anything from EMC or IBM Pricing options are potentially attractive, as low as $0.01 per MB for a leased system for the first year The potential downside to the above is that the low entry cost inflates to $0.04 and
IBM Loads Linux on Mainframes
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for breadth of offering. Compaq has implemented Linux, but has a narrower product set than IBM, and HP appears still to be solidifying its Linux strategy. (Sun allows Linux to support UltraSPARC hardware, but otherwise does not support Linux.) Breadth of offering is not an advantage in-and-of-itself, but it does allow IBM to provide more potential solutions to customer needs. Although this strategy is still in its early stages, we believe it will provide competitive advantage in the long term. Another,
Compaq to Halt NT on Alpha Development
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