Virtualization, Road Maps Lead the Way at LinuxWorldBy Chris Preimesberger | Posted 2006-08-15 Email Print
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Reporter's Notebook: Dell demonstrates systems management software, IBM makes big claims for its open-source development future and cell phone operating systems are on the move.SAN FRANCISCOUpward of 10,000 IT- and open source-minded folks can be seen milling around the Moscone Center at the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo here through Aug. 17, and there is plenty of information about new products and services to keep their tongues wagging for a lot more than three days.
Big companies like IBM, Novell, Motorola and Dell, and small onessuch as FiveRuns, a 12-employee hosted systems management services provider based in Austin, Texasshared floor space and took turns hosting press conferences.
So here for your further reading enjoyment is a virtual grab bag of random news, facts, figures and observations from the show floor and adjoining meeting rooms (as well as from candid conversations off-site):
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