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IBM white paper on clusters. IBM has posted a white paper on Linux clusters. It covers clusters in general, and also discusses the new IBM cluster products in detail. "As did parallel RISC systems in HPC, Linux clusters are moving from the early adopter stage into the mainstream stage. This should be enabled by technologies such as high performance file systems, high availability software, and the like. As the Linux cluster systems become mainstream, the business opportunities should increase proportionately."
Alan Cox a candidate for Technology Review 100. Red Hat has put out a press release proclaiming that Alan Cox is an candidate for listing among the "Technology Review 100."
Caldera Volution Messaging Server. Caldera International has announced the release of the "Caldera Volution Messaging Server." Touted features include full Outlook compatibility, GUI administration, an OpenLDAP directory server, and spam filtering.
Caldera also announced the Caldera Volution Manager has won Network World's prestigious annual Category-Breaker Award.
The resurrection of OpenMail. Samsung SDS has announced that it has licensed the OpenMail code from HP, and will be offering it as an ongoing product with Linux support.
Dell installing Red Hat 7.2. Dell has announced that it will be offering Red Hat Linux 7.2 preinstalled on its entire line of "Precision" workstations and "PowerEdge" servers.
SuSE offers VMware Workstation 3.0. SuSE has announced that it is now offering VMware Workstation 3.0. You, too, can run Windows XP on your Linux box.
EBIZ Enterprises filing 10KSB (Annual Report). For those who are interested, EBIZ, the home of LinuxMall.com and other Linux-oriented businesses, has filed its annual report. Much of the report has to do with how the company will deal with its bankruptcy situation.
Linux Stock Index for November 15 to November 21, 2001.
The high for the week was 29.91
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Section Editor: Rebecca Sobol.
November 22, 2001