Posts tagged “Operating Systems”
Linux developer replaces company founder Bob Young as chairman and adds N.C. State Chancellor Marye Anne Fox to its board of directors.
Vagabond, from Linux Labs, launches 'OpenMobility' series of client-server browser applications.
Latest move into enterprise market produces costs and time savings for international financial house as it drops Unix.
The Hatters tout their 'Advanced Server' as a less costly alternative to proprietary UNIX solutions. 'I think it's going to be taken very seriously,' says NCSU professor.
Ptek says it will focus on conferencing and multimedia messaging services through its Premiere Conferencing and Xpedite names.
Online publishing outfit, which had raised more than $3 million in venture capital, is now part of 'Lulu Press.' Five remaining employees will keep their jobs.
OpenMind employees stay onboard as Young takes over. Company had raised $3.1 million in bid to capitalize on open-source, collaborative publishing. Young to 'bootstrap' new effort.
Grand opening of North Carolina's first Apple retail store woos Mac fans and PC users. Some got in line at sunrise just for a free t-shirt. iPods, iMacs and software pack the store's haven for Mac drivers.
Charlotte firm has $45 million under management, looks for firms in Southeast with 'high quality and broad management' teams. First-round deals can reach $3 million.
Company says its software, known as Fastpath, establishes a universal protocol for networking equipment. That feat could help telephone and networking companies save cash and also speed up product development.
Now that rumors of AOL acquiring Red Hat have died out, Durham company gets back into growth mode. New move to add 40 employees, spokeswoman says.
CFO says company will unveil new partnerships and initiatives this week at Linuxworld. As red Hat prepares for move to Centennial Campus, Kevin Thompson says, 'Everyone knows who we are.'
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- Bank stocks help Dow to another record; tech stocks recover
- Get used to it: Economists see 'new normal' of slow growth
- Trump's tariff plan hits a hurdle: Congressional Republicans
- US services firms grow at fastest pace since October 2015