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Subject: China phones Tux as analysts fret
Date: Thu, 11 Sep 2003 12:25:03 -0400
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September 11, 2003

Open Magazine - Your strategic guide to Open Source

Such good news for embedded Linux: In August Motorola (finally) 
launched its Motorola A760 as the world’s first handset combining Linux and 
Java for multimedia functionality. Such puzzling news from VDC: The 
respected technology market researchers lowered their embedded Linux 
forecast through 2007. Is this the best of times or the worst of times for 
embedded Linux solution vendors? This week, Open covers both angles in our 
special report on embedded Linux in the handset market and findings 
from VDC.

Over at openBench Labs, fearless forays this week focused on a Gigabit 
NAS appliance running FreeBSD. We deployed desktop and server scenarios 
that reveal great benefits and nasty traps when working with an 
enterprise-class NAS server with desktop and server clients running both Linux 
and Windows. 

For this week’s findings, just click on:

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The editors of Open magazine