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Linux Laptops from Dell
Dell now has begun selling two models of its laptops with Linux preinstalled.

MPPE LINUX: Linux Laptops from Dell Linux Laptops from Dell R. Krause - February 18, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary 2/1/2000 [Cnet News] - Dell now has begun selling two models of its laptops with Linux preinstalled. The products, the Latitude CPX and the Inspiron 7500, come with Red Hat Linux 6.1 and are certified by Linuxcare. The Inspirons with Linux are available now, but the Latitudes will be available Feb. 4, according to a company representative. The move has been expected since last August. The CPX is the
2/18/2000

IA-64 Linux From Red Hat
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.

MPPE LINUX: thereby providing a more competitive playing field for customer dollars. From a technical standpoint, it is too early to recommend which OS to use for which situation(s). Outside of Windows still ruling the desktop (and Linux, by implication, not being a major presence there), the server market is too diverse for a one OS fits all pronouncement.   comments powered by Disqus The “Case-by-case Syndrome”: How to Make Sure Your New Business Processes Don’t Lead to a Nasty Case of Exception
6/15/2000

Come See the Softer Side of Linux?
Three hardware manufacturers, trying to upgrade the scalability and manageability of Linux servers, announced major Linux server initiatives at LinuxWorld in New York.

MPPE LINUX: can include the machine temperature, voltage levels, memory errors and level of processor usage. VACM can monitor system event logs, watching for potential problems, according to Mehat. We can communicate with the processor out of band, Mehat said -- meaning the machine can be locked up with an application fault, and a VACM-based manager can restart it without needing to send a technician to reboot it on the premises. SGI - 70 percent improved performance: SGI is introducing Internet Server based on
2/21/2000

IBM Loads Linux on Mainframes
IBM has announced that it will now provide Linux support and services for its largest machines, the S/390 Series of mainframes/servers.

MPPE LINUX: believe it will provide competitive advantage in the long term. Another, more tangible benefit will be the ability to partition the S/390 to allow something like the Apache Web Server to run from a separate virtual machine which is actually part of the 390. This potentially saves the customer from needing to buy another system to act as Web server. Of course, combining two (or more) disparate functions/servers on one system means you now have a single point of failure for all those functions. Although
6/9/2000

Choosing HBAs for Linux Environments
IT managers know that choosing the Linux host bus adapter (HBA) for their data center infrastructures can impact the reliability of their systems. That is why Linux-based servers are being deployed in many enterprises. You can use the reliability of QLogic storage area networks (SANs) to drive more value from your SAN investments—giving your IT managers increased reliability and scalability in a hardware portfolio.

MPPE LINUX:
9/14/2007 3:42:00 PM

At Least It Hasn’t Been Renamed Linux 2001
Linus Torvalds and the Linux community released another test version of the Linux 2.4 kernel in late May, 2000. New features are delaying this version which was originally scheduled for October 1999.

MPPE LINUX: At Least It Hasn’t Been Renamed Linux 2001 At Least It Hasn’t Been Renamed Linux 2001 C. McNulty - July 6, 2000 Read Comments C. McNulty - July 6, 2000 Event Summary On May 24, 2000, Linus Torvalds and the Linux Kernel Archives released an unannounced test version of the 2.4.0 Linux kernel. As Torvalds remarked (in May 2000), It doesn t really exist yet. 2.4 was originally slated for October 1999 release. Industry observers now expect Linux 2.4 to be finished no earlier than year-end 2000. However,
7/6/2000

Hewlett-Packard’s NetServer Division – #3 to Get Ready, or #4 to Go?
Hewlett-Packard is one of the leading computer companies in the world, but they have fallen to fourth place in the Intel-based server market. Will they move back to being a key player, or remain an also-ran?

MPPE LINUX: series, which uses the MPE operating system The HP 9000 series, HP s Unix product line, running HP-UX (HP s Unix version) on PA-RISC architecture The HP NetServer series, their Intel-based, Windows NT-focused servers Although the first two products are interesting, and the HP 9000 is a high-performing Unix system, we will be discussing only the NetServer in this Note. Hewlett-Packard derives approximately 85% of its revenues from product sales, with the remaining 15% coming from services. The markets in
3/27/2000

Demand at the Fount of Open Source: A Primer Based in Demand Trends
As we witness the inexorable increase in demand for Free and open source software (FOSS), many organizations have yet to glean the FOSS fundamentals. This series highlights fundamentals for the enterprise as manifested in global customer demand trends.

MPPE LINUX: help them outperform their competitors. The application these companies provide is basically a trustworthy, easy-to-use, and pervasive point of access to an incredibly complex and vast pool of information, goods, and services; and they do it for an extremely diverse and massive user base—anyone accessing the Internet. The second shift is the perspective from which software is developed and distributed. Practitioners and users of FOSS view their software more as the basis for a service-oriented relations
12/30/2005

Network Engines, Inc. - Double the CPUs for Web Serving
Network Engines, Inc. is a leading vendor of extremely thin rackmount servers used in the rapidly growing area of web serving. In this note, we examine the company and its outlook.

MPPE LINUX: contrast to its closest competitor Cobalt Networks, which focuses on lower-end vendors and prices its systems accordingly -- ~$1000-$2000 each. Network Engines is presently considered a niche player, due to both its market focus and size. NEI is privately held, but we estimate revenues in the $20M range for the preceding 12 months. The bulk of this revenue is from sales/licensing of their WebEngine product line. When sold directly to end users, this product usually includes NEI s maintenance processor
11/1/1999

MAPICS, Inc. to Acquire Pivotpoint, Expanding e-business Offerings for Mid-Sized Manufacturing Establishments
On December 15, MAPICS, Inc. a leading provider of enterprise business applications for mid-sized manufacturing companies, announced a definitive agreement to acquire Pivotpoint, Inc., a company whose proven technology and visionary e-business solutions place them at the forefront of the extended enterprise application space. With this aggressive move, MAPICS immediately expands its offerings across multiple platforms, including Windows NT, UNIX, Linux and AS/400.

MPPE LINUX: leapfrogging most of its competitors in the mid-range ERP market. User Recommendations This event does not significantly change our view (See TEC Technology Research Note: MAPICS: Will Customer Satisfaction be Enough? October 1st, 1999) that MAPICS should be included on the selection list for mid-market companies (with $50M-$500M in revenue), where discrete and batch manufacturing and logistics modules are the main pillars of an enterprise application. MAPICS is a renowned mid-market ERP vendor, with
1/10/2000

Red Hat’s Linux Domination Weakens
Red Hat still controls the Linux market, but now it’s getting some competition from SuSE, Caldera, and TurboLinux.

MPPE LINUX: of its next three competitors. From 1998 to 1999, the Linux market overall grew by 89% (by units shipped), but Red Hat grew only 69%. This is in sharp contrast to the growth of SuSE (175%), Caldera (175%), and TurboLinux (450%). (See Figure 2). In addition, July, 2000 retail sales figures (as compiled by PC Data) indicate MandrakeSoft (~32%), Red Hat (25%) and Corel (23%) have grabbed a significant portion of that segment. [Be advised that market share for Linux includes more distribution methods than
9/13/2000


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