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Subject: Power4 Linux
Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2003 14:08:22 -0400
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September 19, 2003
Open Magazine - Your strategic guide to Open Source

This week, we look at The Library of Congress, which will be the host 
site next year of a unique online moving images catalog. A coalition of 
video technology gurus from three universities is working on this, 
unleashing a powerful combination of Linux with IBM POWER4 architecture to 
help do the job. One of the key players provides Open with more 
details, along with steps being taken to avert computing nightmares for the 
Library later on.

In embedded computing, we find it’s sooner rather than later for 
MontaVista’s strategists, who are out to seize opportunities as the consumer 
electronics marketplace shows promising demand and need for an 
optimized Linux for embedded computing devices. Best of all, they say, there 
are some eggs chasing penguins. Not so cryptic, when you read our 
revealing interview about Asian market expansion.

For this week’s movers, click on

The editors of Open magazine