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Open source startup interruptus?

Two new startups have launched -- SourceLabs and SpikeSource -- aimed at supporting enterprise open source applications. Both companies say that they will offer certified and integrated LAMP and LAMPJ stacks and that they will be vendor neutral.
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Two new startups have launched -- SourceLabs and SpikeSource -- aimed at supporting enterprise open source applications. Both companies say that they will offer certified and integrated LAMP and LAMPJ stacks and that they will be vendor neutral. SourceLabs is headed by Brad Silverberg formerly of Microsoft while SpikeSource is headed by Kim Polese, the founder of Marimba and former Sun product manager for Java. Both companies are backed by top-tier venture capitalists and technology bigwigs. Both think that they can displace traditional services providers by focusing on open source software...*

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