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SYS-CON i-Technology Podcast August 20, 2005
Linux to Argentina. Google Keeps Top Spot

Novell won’t be crying for Argentina if it is able to follow through on a projection to sell 250,000 units of its Desktop Linux into this large South American country by the end of the year.

A series of 'Chalk Talks' will debut at the upcoming Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.

A new evaluation by research company IDC of seventeen SOA vendors says that SOA is starting to be deployed in departmental and even enterprise-wide applications.

A survey of consumer satisfaction in July 2005 conducted by UK-based market researcher Keynote Systems ranked Google in first place in the search market, and statistical research by Media Metrix shows Google in first place as well.

(Note: Karl Strukhoff contributed technical assistance to this podcast.)

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Novell plans to sell 250,000 units of Linux into Argentina this year. Google remains the leader in search, although its competitors are closing the gap. SOA is moving past pilot projects and into the enterprise IT mainstream.


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