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HP using Linux and Asay doing blogs


October 13, 2005 12:18 pm





HP is increasing its internal use of Linux, and has signed a site license deal with Novell to use our SUSE Linux based solutions. This is pretty exciting news, given both HP’s role in the industry and the sheer size of HP as a company. On a separate note, Matt Asay, who co-founded the Open Source Business Conference and works for Novell, will be a regular blogger on InfoWorld’s Open Resource blog

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  1. Any idea how many HP servers have Novell’s Linux installed and running? I’m interested in the numbers.


  2. (shameless plug). I also spoke and reported on the hp new heres a link

    HP told me that the number is north of 15,000…

  3. By:Anonymous

    Thanks for jumping in, Sean. We’re not at liberty to talk about the details of the deployment, I’m afraid. So thanks, Sean, for your input!