Sunday, July 29, 2007

Dell to Introduce More Linux OS Desktops and Notebooks


PC maker Dell has announced its collaboration with Canonical Inc. Both companies together will soon offer more desktops and notebooks incorporating the Linux operating system instead of Windows.

Mark Shuttleworth, founder of the Canonical Inc said, “What’s been announced to date is not the full extent of what we will see over the next couple of weeks and months. There are additional offerings in the pipeline.”

Gerry Carr, Marketing Manager at Canonical said, “This is the next great battle and this is where Linux has never really been before - Linux as a consumer product.”

However Dell has refused to make any comment on the collaboration but has said that the company is happy with the response towards its Linux PCs launched earlier.

Seems very soon Linux operating system is going to give a tough fight to Windows of Microsoft.

3 comments:

sivaji said...

you are 100% right ,already linux OS is rocking in server systems now its for MS to shutdown

Windows is shutting down.....

sivaji said...

you are 100% right ,already linux OS is rocking in server systems now its for MS to shutdown

Windows is shutting down.....

sivaji said...

you are 100% right ,already linux OS is rocking in server systems now its for MS to shutdown

Windows is shutting down.....