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Novell, Thomson Design Linux Courseware

Novell is set to boost Linux training for universities with a week-long "boot camp" for Linux educators and a series of three Suse Linux Enterprise textbooks -- created with Thomson Course Technology -- that cover Linux use, development and advanced administration. The new Linux courseware, to be in...

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Novell’s Roger Levy Sees Desktop Future for Linux

Novell is evangelizing its Suse Linux Enterprise Desktop 10, but the company is not looking for an all-out war with software giant Microsoft. Rather, it is looking to find its niche on the business user's desktop. Novell has already gained Linux desktop momentum with transaction and fixed-function a...

Novell, Industry Partners Trumpet Open Source Identity Management

Novell this week unveiled an open source identity management project called "Bandit," aimed at interoperability among disparate identity systems and consistency in securing and managing identities, which can number in the thousands for enterprises. There have been numerous attempts at a uniform iden...

Novell, SuSE CTO Part Ways

Novell's SuSE Linux CTO is leaving the company, marking the second departure from its open source group in the past few months. Novell has confirmed that Juergen Geck plans to depart at the end of the week. The departure was "mutually agreed upon and amicable," according to Novell spokesperson Bruce...

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...

Red Hat Takes Preemptive Strike at Novell With Virtualization Strategy

Red Hat on Tuesday announced details of its integrated virtualization strategy. The timing is a preemptive strike against rival Novell, which comes only a week before that company's annual Brainshare conference. Red Hat plans to work with AMD, Intel, Network Appliance and XenSource to make virtualiz...

Novell Targets Microsoft With SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10

Taking aim at rival Microsoft, its Windows platform and its Office suite, Novell on Thursday unveiled SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 at CeBIT 2006 in Hanover, Germany. The new Linux desktop software suite features enhanced power management, integrated desktop search, graphical interfaces and numer...

HP, Novell Simplify Open-Source License Process

HP announced this week that it has signed a new open-source bundling license agreement with Novell to offer customers what it hopes will be simple, cost-effective Linux solutions on HP servers. The offering includes integrated open-source solutions, technical software and proactive service options t...

Novell Launches Linux Desktop Graphics-Rendering Technology

Novell has unveiled what it calls "significant enhancements" to the Xgl graphics subsystem. Xgl is new core rendering technology for the Linux desktop that takes advantage of now widely available accelerated 3D rendering hardware. These enhancements are designed to let developers create richer graph...

SuSE Founder Exits Novell

Novell is undergoing a massive personnel shakeup that continues to unfold. The latest change in corporate management is SuSE Linux founder Hubert Mantel's resignation. Mantel reportedly announced his resignation on Tuesday via an e-mail to a SuSE mailing list. The chief maintainer of the SuSE Linux ...

IBM, Novell Announce Blade Chassis Subscription Model

IBM and Novell partnered this week to offer customers a single subscription option for servers running SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 in the IBM BladeCenter chassis. The companies said the new chassis subscription model will help customers maintain control over the cost of computing by potentially r...

Novell Boasts Linux Desktop Gains in Europe

Novell this week said Linux on the desktop is gaining on Windows in European public and private sectors. The company said many IT organizations are choosing Novell Linux Desktop for transactional, engineering and fixed-function workstations because of the cost and security benefits Linux provides ov...

Novell Aims for Improved Productivity With GroupWise 7

Novell this week launched the latest version of its collaboration platform. GroupWise 7 is now available on multiple operating system platforms. Novell said the new version delivers significant advances designed to increase end-user productivity, including integrated e-mail and instant messaging, en...

Novell Posts $16 Million Loss in Midst of Linux Transition

Novell yesterday reported a US$16 million quarterly loss. Executives blamed restructuring costs for the losses. For the second quarter, Novell reported revenues of $297 million, compared to revenues of $294 million for the second fiscal quarter of 2004. This quarter's $16 million loss compares to a...

Novell Nabs Immunix To Beef Up Linux Security

Novell yesterday announced it has acquired Immunix and its AppAmror software, a host-based security application designed for Linux. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. AppArmor is used to protect both the Linux operating system and applications from external or internal attacks, viruses,...

Novell, Wincor Nixdorf Battle Microsoft for POS Share

In the global war between Linux and Microsoft, Novell Inc. and Wincor Nixdorf are banding together to battle the software giant on the point-of-sale (POS) frontline. This new partnership allows Paderborn, Germany-based Wincor Nixdorf to embed the newly released Novell Linux Point of Service 9 into ...

Novell Offers SLES 10 Peek, Acquires Tally Systems

Novell has made a slew of Linux announcements at this week's BrainShare gathering, but today all eyes are on its next major upgrade of SuSE Linux Enterprise Server and an acquisition that will expand its Zenworks systems management offering. Dubbed Code 10, the new SuSE distribution is expected to m...

CTO Alan Nugent Leaves Novell

Novell's chief technology officer, Alan Nugent, has left the company, LinuxInsider has learned. Novell spokesman Bruce Lowry said: "Alan has left Novell to pursue other interests. We appreciate the work he's done for us and wish him well. The folks that were reporting into Alan, a fairly small team...

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...

Novell Targets Consumer Market with SuSE Linux 9.3

Novell announced yesterday the availability of its latest offering targeting experienced Linux home computing users. SuSE Linux Professional 9.3 boasts a complete Linux operating system, over 3,000 open-source packages, and hundreds of open-source applications, productivity software and home network...

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