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Linux x desktop = “multiplied” strategy



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September 28, 2006 5:03 pm

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For fans of SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 (a group that seems to be steadily growing), you might be interested in a white paper from Omni Technology Solutions about “multiplied” SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop strategy.

According to the white paper, modern PCs spend most of the day idle, and the Multiplied Linux Desktop strategy allows organizations to leverage this unused computing power and connect up to 10 full-featured workstations to a single, shared SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 computer. Interesting … check it out.

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  1. Omni and Novell South Africa will be delivering two joint sessions on the Multiplied Linux Desktop Strategy at BrainShare 2007 (BUS 224: Mar 22, 4:00 PM, Room 251F; Mar 23, 2:00 PM, Room 251D).

    Reference cases are available here: http://www.omni-ts.com/success.html#linux-computer-lab.

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