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Partners gain a series of benefits by porting to SUSE LINUX on IBM's POWER5 systems, including:--Enabling their application to run on multiple IBM servers including IBMeServer OpenPower, BladeCenter, pSeries, and iSeries--all with oneport to SUSE LINUX for IBM Linux on POWER--Beating their competitors to market with an application based on thenew Linux 2.
Second, vendors began shipping systems with Linux factory-installed.
Triaton uses the combination of SuSE Linux Enterprise Server with DB2.
Linux requires trained personnel to install it properly, or you may suffer security risks.
From a hardware perspective, Linux is very efficient; it doesn't require a lot of CPU resources.
Any reseller knows that the most common concern for customers around Linux is the ongoing maintenance and support costs that they are going to face," said John Marciano, Chief Operating Officer and Director of Sales at KIS (www.
LynuxWorks' UML for BlueCat Linux on the PowerPC platform provides embedded developers the following benefits:
With up to five hot-swappable hard drives, three hot-swappable power supplies, and six hot-swappable fans, the VA Linux 4450 server is designed to maximize system uptime by minimizing the impact of individual failures.
Novell's SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 with YaST setup utility for easy installation and configuration of the file and print components
Optimized allocation of the hardware resources in the Linux kernel ensures professional sound and video performance--even if other tasks are performed concurrently.
The mobile Linux market has tremendous potential for all those involved--from operators to handset manufacturers to application developers," said Halia Wang, president and chairman of LiPS.
Linux Networx, The Linux Supercomputing Company, delivers Linux Supersystems that combine the price/performance advantage of Linux clusters with real-world supercomputing expertise and technology innovation.