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July 10, 2006 3:26 pm





The Open PR blog has been a little quiet the last week … apparently there was much barbecuing to be done. Now that that is taken care of, we’ll get things rolling again with a link to a story about a cool Novell customer you may have heard of — Audi.Audi updates its high-performance computing clusters every few years, and when it came time to update its crash simulation cluster and its aerodynamics and CFD cluster, they contracted with vendors who both (separately) provided their solutions running SUSE Linux Enterprise Server from Novell. In Audi’s behalf, both Linux Networx and IBM took advantage of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server’s excellent performance in demanding enterprise environments. And obviously, Audi had a great deal of freedom to select the hardware it needed.Insert your own “Audi in the driver’s seat” comment here.

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  1. By:Lisa Diaz

    It’s been quiet because of jerks like the guy at “Novell Joins Open Source Storage Management Project” who is spamming the heck out of the forums, diluting any meaningful conversation.

  2. By:Lisa Diaz

    One more thing. If Novell can’t get a simple filter in their “Open PR” section, how can we trust Novell with bigger things?