Linux vendor Caldera Systems, Inc. is setting the stage for an IPO this week, with an eye toward duplicating the meteoric opening performances of Red Hat, Inc. (Nasdaq: RHAT) and VA Linux Systems (Nasdaq: LNUX).
Linux vendor Red Hat, Inc. (Nasdaq: RHAT) has announced the availability of a new version of its Linux OS designed to power online business operations that are working with the Oracle8i database.
VA Linux Systems (Nasdaq: LNUX) has joined a number of prosperous companies that are pumping up developer resources for the Linux community by announcing a new service to help accelerate the development of Linux applications.
Software security solutions provider Diversinet Corp. (Nasdaq: DVNT) announced Tuesday that it is extending support of its Software Development Kit (SDK) for creating wireless e-commerce applications to the Linux open-source platform.
Tripwire, Inc., a provider of network security solutions, has announced that it will release the source code for its Linux-based e-commerce software product.
Open-source based software solutions provider TurboLinux on Tuesday announced that its server product has been deployed, along with a cluster of IBM Netfinity 5000 Servers, to power one of Japan's largest consumer e-commerce Web sites.
Software solutions developer Corel Corp. (Nasdaq: CORL) has announced a deal to bundle its distribution of the Linux operating system with hardware solutions produced by EBIZ Enterprises (OTC BB: EBIZ).
Technical services and support provider Linuxcare, Inc. has announced the establishment of Linuxcare Kabushuki Kaisha, a new Asia-Pacific market operation that will be headquartered in Tokyo.
Embedded Linux software developer Lineo, Inc. has announced a strategic relationship with Samsung Electro-Mechanics Co., Ltd. to advance market options for low-cost Internet access.
Compaq Computer Corp. (NYSE: CPQ) and online security firm Baltimore Technologies (Nasdaq: BALT) announced an agreement Wednesday that will provide security solutions for Compaq's e-commerce operations and other e-business customers.
The recent series of denial-of-service (DoS) attacks on some of the Internet's most popular Web sites rocked cyberspace and called into question whether the online community is truly able to handle the massive amount of activity that it now sees.
eSoft, Inc. (Nasdaq: ESFT), the developer of the TEAM Internet Linux software suite, announced a strategic alliance Wednesday with Gateway, Inc. (NYSE: GTW) to advance Linux-based Internet software and services to small and mid-sized businesses.
TurboLinux has entered into a partnership with Akopia, a provider of online business solutions, to bundle its latest server software package with an e-commerce suite.
Linux vendor Stormix Technologies, Inc. has announced that it will stage the European debut of its Debian-based Storm Linux 2000 OS package at the CeBit trade show in Hannover, Germany today.
E-commerce security solutions provider Rainbow Technologies, Inc. announced at the formal launch of Microsoft Windows 2000 in San Francisco, California that key components of its product line will support both the new Windows 2000 platform and the Windows 2000 Smart Card architecture.
Technical services and support provider Linuxcare, Inc. has struck a strategic alliance with e-commerce consulting firm Windward Consulting Group, Inc. to push Linux-based solutions to application, Internet and telecommunications service providers.
Inprise/Borland Corp. (Nasdaq: INPR), a provider of Internet access tools and services, announced a strategic alliance Wednesday with software vendor TurboLinux, Inc. to work cooperatively on integrating their products for Linux users worldwide.
Lineo, Inc., formerly known as Caldera Thin Clients, has made a significant move on the burgeoning market for Internet access in the Asia-Pacific region by announcing strategic relationships with several Taiwan-based embedded system manufacturers.
The Cleo Products Group, an Interface Systems (Nasdaq: INTF) company that provides business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce communications tools, has joined the growing corporate migration to Linux by adding support for the open-source platform to its Cleo 3780Plus product.
Linux software solutions provider Red Hat, Inc. (Nasdaq: RHAT) has expanded its European business apparatus by establishing Red Hat France and Red Hat Italy.