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AMD     AMD
"With Version 1.0, UnitedLinux delivers innovation within open standards for enterprise customers. AMD and UnitedLinux technologies will provide stable, scalable solutions for high-volume, industry standard 32- and 64-bit Linux server platforms."
- Rich Heye, Vice President, Platform and Infrastructure, AMD Computation Products Group
     
BakBone   BakBone
"BakBone Software has always worked with the top innovators in the industry to provide our customers with the latest technologies to improve business operations. We're particularly proud of our early adoption of Linux, and our leadership position for this platform in the backup and recovery market. UnitedLinux Version 1.0 represents a major breakthrough for all Linux and future Linux users. UnitedLinux provides companies of all sizes the key advantages Linux offers under a unified platform. We are very pleased to support this collaborative initiative, and believe that it will help propel Linux into even more areas in the business enterprise."
- Peter Eck, vice president of marketing, BakBone Software
     
BEA   BEA
"BEA is fully committed to delivering the BEA WebLogic Enterprise Platform, the world's leading application infrastructure software, on the Linux platform to enable customers to realize the best price-performance for enterprise applications. The release of UnitedLinux 1.0 will further accelerate the adoption and deployment of Linux into mainstream production environments."
- Bob Griswold, vice president and general manager, Java Runtime Products Group, BEA Systems,Inc.
     
Borland   Borland
"As the leading provider of Linux development environments, Borland supports the efforts around United Linux. We believe our involvement with UnitedLinuxwill help provide customers with broader access to our award-winning technology running on Linux and help open up new opportunities and channels."
- Simon Thornhill, VP and General Manager of rapid application solutions at Borland
     
Computer Associates   Computer Associates
"As the leading independent software provider for Linux, CA is excited to see the timely delivery of UnitedLinux 1.0. Our customers are looking for more cooperation among open software vendors, and UnitedLinux 1.0 is a great example of companies working together to address market needs. CA is fully committed to Linux on mainframe and distributed platforms, and we will continue to provide the leading management, availability, security and storage solutions for this platform."
- John Pincomb, vice president of Linux marketing at Computer Associates
     
Fujitsu   Fujitsu
"Linux is one of the most important strategic platforms for Fujitsu, and we have been actively developing enterprise-grade solutions based on Linux. We applaud the arrival of UnitedLinux Version 1.0 and believe it will prove to be a common and stable Linux distribution environment for system vendors like Fujitsu and business customers as well."
- Masaharu Kitaoka, General Manager of Linux Division, Fujitsu Limited
     
Fujitsu Siemens   Fujitsu Siemens Computers
"UnitedLinux, with Version 1.0, has transformed Linux into a business operating system with an extraordinary level of performance, scalability and availability. Combined with our PRIMERGY servers, UnitedLinux Version 1.0 will provide a platform par excellence for business-critical computing solutions."
- Dr. Joseph Reger, Chief Technology Officer at Fujitsu Siemens Computers
     
HP  

HP
"As the leading provider of industry-standard Linux hardware and a long time proponent of open-source computing, HP believes in offering our customers the choice to deploy Linux across the platforms that best meet their individual computing needs.

With the delivery of UnitedLinux Version 1.0 we are able to offer our customers, across the world, additional choice and flexibility, enabling them to deploy the best Linux solution for their business."
- Rick Becker, HP Vice President, Software CTO, Industry Standard Servers

     
IBM  

IBM
"Customers want to rapidly deploy Linux-based applications to realize business value, and ISVs want a common, reliable, standards based platform upon which to build their applications.

Today's delivery of UnitedLinux Version 1.0, right on schedule, simplifies the tasks for application providers and customers alike, allowing them to more rapidly deploy Linux solutions with confidence."
- Steve Solazzo, General Manager, Linux, IBM

     
Linux International   Linux International
The release of UnitedLinux Version 1.0 demonstrates the value of making development a planned, cooperative event. Rather than spend their money re-engineering the basic underlying functionalities of assembling a reliable, scalable and available distribution, these four vendors built a common platform upon which to innovate new features that their customers desire. Once again the Linux community has come back with a unique answer for the pundits' skepticism. UnitedLinux Version 1.0 should give a strong base distribution that will satisfy the needs of the software vendor for consistency and the hardware vendor for support, yet allow differentiation to meet the needs of diverse customers.
- Jon "maddog" Hall, Executive Director of Linux International
     
NEC   NEC
NEC offers its congratulations to UnitedLinux upon the completion of Version 1.0 according to schedule, and believes the new distribution will be useful for Linux users, developers and system integrators who are related to enterprise systems. To provide higher availability for them, NEC will support clustering software, CLUSTERPRO, on UnitedLinux.
- Takayuki Okada, General Manager of 2nd Computers Software Division, NEC Solutions, NEC
     
Network Appliance   Network Appliance
UnitedLinux1.0 is a great solution building block, well suited to a variety of cutting-edge deployments. Using our Fabric Attached Storage products, Network Appliance has tested UnitedLinux1.0 across a broad range of protocols and connectivity. Beyond the capabilities of NFS and Fibre Channel SCSI, we have also found UnitedLinux1.0 to be well suited for upcoming iSCSI environments. Linux allows customers to pursue competitive advantage through cost effective large scale deployments of flexible computing farms enabled by Unified Storage infrastructure.
- Rich Clifton, Vice President, SAN/iSAN Business Unit at Network Appliance
     
OpenForum Europe   OpenForum Europe
The announcement of UnitedLinux Version 1.0 is very welcome, reducing potential duplication of effort and boosting confidence of CIOs in selecting Linux. UnitedLinux has the full support of OpenForum Europe, furthering our mission to accelerate and broaden the use of Linux and Open Source Software in business, and breaking down the perceived business blockers that our research has shown may slow down its adoption.
- Graham Taylor, Programme Director, OpenForum Europe
     
Parasoft   Parasoft
Parasoft has been a strong supporter of the Linux community for many years. Because of the reliable and cost-effective nature of Linux, it is very important that our entire line of products support the Linux platform. We are in the business of helping companies to improve software quality, and UnitedLinux 1.0 will enable us to better provide Automated Error Prevention technologies to the Linux community.
- Arthur Hicken, Director of Business Development, Parasoft
     
PolyServe   Polyserve
Together, Polyserve and the members of UnitedLinux provide enterprise Linux platform solutions. The combination of UnitedLinux and PolyServe Matrix Server cluster file system and clusterware creates a highly manageable, cost-effective platform for mission-critical applications in the data center.
- Mike Sankey, CEO, Polyserve
     
Progress Software   Progress Software
We have been looking forward to the first release of the UnitedLinux Operating System. We see the collaboration between Caldera, SuSE, Turbolinux and Conectiva as being a most effective way of integrating several Linux distributions into one standard based Linux Operating System that is specifically targeted for business implementations. This is an essential step in the evolution of the Linux OS, which will provide notable economical and technological benefits to business customers and software companies like Progress.
- Maggie Alexander, Vice President of Product Planning at Progress Software
     
Toshiba   Toshiba
Toshiba Corporation, as a leader in information and communications systems, recognizes that UnitedLinux Version 1.0 is a key enterprise operating system for today and tomorrow. The innovative formation of UnitedLinux and subsequent successful product development predict a bright future for this initiative.
- Nobuhiro Yoshida, Vice President, PC Server Division, Toshiba Corporation Digital Media Network Company
     
Ximian   Ximian
The wide adoption of UnitedLinux as an open standard among Linux operating system vendors helps ensure that customers have choice and ISVs have compatibility. Ximian will support distributions powered by UnitedLinux with our Red Carpet software management solution for the rapidly growing number of corporate Linux desktops and servers.
- David Patrick, president and CEO of Ximian
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