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Columbitech Adds Support for Suse Linux Enterprise Server

Mobile security solutions firm Columbitech has announced support for Suse Linux Enterprise Server 9 and 10. The added support combines Columbitech Wireless VPN with Suse Linux Enterprise Server to enable customers to automatically configure any computer as a VPN server and firewall. The combination ...

Novell Adds OpenXML Support to OpenOffice

Novell is working with Microsoft and other developers to create bidirectional open source translators for word processing, spreadsheets and presentations between OpenOffice and Microsoft Office. The companies said the first translator, for word processing, will be available by the end of Jan. 2007. ...

Novell to Support Red Hat Linux With Xen, Intel Technology

In a twist made possible by virtualization, Novell said this week it would support Linux virtualization, including instances of rival Red Hat's Linux Enterprise 4 operating system, using Xen virtualization optimized for Intel hardware. Novell said it will offer enterprise support both for its own Su...

Single-Source Support Desired Even in Mixed IT Environments

The IT industry phrase "a single throat to choke" stems from the idea that it's beneficial to have a single, trusted provider of software support than several sharing that all-important responsibility. However, recent research indicates only a minority of organizations are looking to open source sta...

IBM Adds Linux Support to Lotus Sametime Messaging

Following last month's release of Lotus Notes collaboration software for Linux, IBM this week started supporting the open source platform on desktop and server computers with its enterprise instant messaging solution Lotus Sametime. Big Blue said the collaboration messaging solution would support in...

Novell Hopes Open Enterprise Platform Will Convert Customers

As the dust settles on BrainShare 2006, Novell executives are hoping the launch of its Platform for Open Enterprise will bring new converts knocking on its doors. Open Enterprise is an architecture of software and services from Novell and its partners designed to help customers benefit from open sou...

IBM Offers Support for Geronimo J2EE App Server

In an effort to capture share of the low-end, open-source Java application server market, IBM announced at the LinuxWorld conference in San Francisco today that it will provide support services for the open-source Apache Geronimo J2EE application server. Called IBM Support for Apache Geronimo, the s...

IBM Offers Middleware Support for Solaris, Renews Java Pact

IBM and Sun yesterday announced a 10-year extension of their Java technology agreement along with plans to deliver IBM middleware support for the Solaris 10 operating system on SPARC, x86 and x64 systems. Analysts said the agreements play a key role in Sun's new direction. "The next wave of economic...

Microsoft To Support Linux in Virtual Server 2005 Pack 1

In a move to help customers run heterogeneous networks, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has said that Virtual Server 2005 Pack 1 will include support for Linux. The announcement came at the Microsoft Management Summit yesterday. In his keynote address, Ballmer announced increased investments in support ...

Novell Attracts Software Support for Linux Ecosystem

Novell is on the move with its Linux enterprise strategy with a series of announcements that began last week with the release of its Open Enterprise Server (OES) product. The company has since released details about its ZENworks 7 Linux management line, and several other vendors are launching softwa...

IBM To Invest $100 Million in Linux Support, Technology

In response to high double-digit growth in 2004 in the number of customers deploying IBM collaboration software on the Linux platform, IBM today announced plans to invest US$100 million over three years to expand Linux support and technology across its Workplace software portfolio. Big Blue said the...

Unisys, SAS Unveil Linux Business Intelligence Support

Unisys has joined forces with the SAS Institute to make Linux enterprise-ready for business intelligence in a move that demonstrates the server maker's commitment to meeting customer interest in open-source software and services. The effort is aimed at helping organizations migrate from the propriet...

Veritas Extends Support to Itanium-Based Linux

Veritas announced Tuesday that it has extended support of its storage management and clustering products to the Intel Itanium 2 platform on Red Hat Linux 3.0. According to the company, Veritas is increasing its commitment to making Linux enterprise-ready with the move and is extending its Linux supp...

Open-Source Win: HP To Support, Sell MySQL, JBoss

In a move seen as adding further legitimacy to open-source computing, Hewlett-Packard has announced it will support MySQL and JBoss, two popular open-source programs. The announcement helps round out HP's open-source-based offerings, but it is seen as a big win for the two smaller companies involved...

Red Hat Moves On, Ends Support Today for Linux 9

Making good on a marketing promise uttered late last year, Red Hat today is ending support for the final version of its Linux 9 product. The Raleigh, North Carolina, Linux vendor in January stopped supporting its other legacy versions of Linux, hoping that customers would switch to the Red Hat Enter...

Gateway To Sell and Support SuSE Linux on Servers

In its first move since being acquired by Novell, SuSE Linux announced its enterprise Linux software will be sold and supported by Gateway in a partnership aimed at seizing more of the U.S. server market, particularly small- to medium-size businesses. Novell's purchase of SuSE Linux earlier this mon...

MontaVista Linux To Support Intel’s Next-Gen Wireless Processor

In a move that highlights the accelerated adoption of Linux into the consumer electronics marketplace, MontaVista Software has announced that its Linux Consumer Electronics Edition (CEE) now supports the recently unveiled next-generation Intel processor for wireless devices, code-named Bulverde. The...

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 Meets with Widespread Support

This week, Red Hat announced the next move in its long-term strategy of delivering an open-source architecture to the enterprise. Shipping now, the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 package is designed to support an increased range of IT deployments spanning seven major hardware architectures. "Red Hat Ent...

Sun’s Java Desktop System Will Support Athlon 64

Sun Microsystems has announced that its Java Desktop System will support AMD's new Athlon 64 processor. Marketing the JDS as "the first viable alternative to Windows in 15 years," Sun hopes to draw customers with the feel of a familiar desktop environment and a price tag that is significantly less t...

Red Hat and Hortonworks Cozy Up in the Cloud

Red Hat and Hortonworks on Monday announced a strategic alliance to integrate their product lines, as well as undertake joint go-to-market initiatives and offer collaborative Customer Support. By tightly integrating the enterprise Apache Hadoop platform with open hybrid cloud technologies such as th...

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