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Linux Networx signs pact with Novell

Linux Networx, which makes high-performance technical computers out of clusters of lower-end servers, has signed a pact to help software companies certify their products with Novell's SuSE Linux operating system.

November 11, 2004 by

Why one Norwegian city switched to Linux

Q&A In a move that echoes an earlier high-profile migration by the German city of Munich, authorities in the Norwegian city of Bergen have opted to replace existing core Windows and Unix systems with Linux.The two-phase rollout will see the 20 existing Oracle database servers running on HP-UX that support the City's health and welfare applications replaced with SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 running on HP Integrity Itanium 64 bit servers.

June 15, 2004 by

SuSE to bundle SGI servers

In an effort to broaden Linux's appeal, the open-source software maker says it will bundle its new Enterprise Server 8 with SGI's Altix 3000 servers and superclusters.

August 24, 2003 by

SuSE's Seibt: 'It's getting hot now'

In an exclusive face to face interview with ZDNet.com editor in chief Dan Farber, SuSE Linux chief Richard Seibt talks about the impact of SCO's legal manoeuvring, competition with Microsoft and the two-horse race with Red Hat to blaze the open-source trail from servers to desktops

August 11, 2003 by

SuSE's Seibt: "It's getting hot now"

In an exclusive Face to Face interview with ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber, SuSE Linux chief Richard Seibt talks about the impact of SCO's legal maneuvering, competition with Microsoft and the two-horse race with Red Hat to blaze the open-source trail from servers to desktops.

August 8, 2003 by

HP expands SuSE Linux deal

The computer giant plans to load the SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 software on its ProLiant and Itanium systems, as Linux-based servers continue to catch on.

June 26, 2003 by

German bank switches to Linux

Deutscher Investment Trust has chosen to run Intel-based servers with SuSE's version of Linux on its computers that analyze funds and portfolios, SuSE said Thursday. The German bank's programs previously ran on a Hewlett-Packard Unix server, but the company switched to Intel and Linux because it was less expensive than moving from the existing HP-UX 10i Unix version to 11i, the bank said.

February 14, 2003 by

SuSE, IBM deepen Linux partnership

NEW YORK--German Linux seller SuSE has deepened its partnership with IBM, the companies announced Tuesday at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo here. The two companies will work to optimize SuSE's higher-end Enterprise Server product for IBM's four server lines. In addition, the companies said Thursday that the Enterprise Server product is available for IBM's iSeries special-purpose servers for mid-sized companies and for its pSeries Unix servers. SuSE has had a two-year partnership with IBM; all three of the companies using Linux on the mainframe that IBM trotted out to business partners at the show were using SuSE's version of Linux. --Stephen Shankland, Special to ZDNet News

February 1, 2002 by

SuSE Linux flaws affect Web servers

The latest versions of the SuSE distribution of Linux has two vulnerabilities that could affect the security of Web servers. That's according to a researcher at security service provider @Stake Inc.

September 7, 2000 by

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