February 2, 2011
Comments Off on Canonical & Dell bring private Ubuntu Clouds to Servers
Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux has partnered with Dell to bring its Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC) to business users on Dell’s PowerEdge C2100 and C6100 rack servers. UEC is made up of Ubuntu server instances running on the open-source … Continue reading
November 29, 2010
A friend of mine recently got a surprise. She was setting up her brand spankin’ new Dell Inspiron m101z with its dual-core AMD Athlon processor and 4GBs RAM) with Windows 7 Home Premium. She wasn’t happy because it was already … Continue reading
September 15, 2010
Comments Off on Novell may be sold soon, but to whom?
The New York Post is not exactly where I look for business or Linux news, but it seems they’re on to something. In a September 15th story, the Post reported that “Novell Inc. has reached a deal in principle to … Continue reading
July 27, 2010
Comments Off on Dell expands Ubuntu Linux desktop offerings
The latest panic in desktop Linux lad was that Dell would no longer be selling Ubuntu pre-installed on laptops and netbooks. Alas, for those who love drama, it wasn’t true. In fact, Dell is expanding its Ubuntu desktop Linux offerings. … Continue reading
July 27, 2010
Comments Off on Calm down! Dell is not throwing Ubuntu Linux out!
People seem to love bad news. This last weekend, the ‘bad’ news was that Dell has stopped offering Ubuntu Linux pre-installed on laptops and netbooks. There was only one problem with the story: It’s not true. While Canonical, the company … Continue reading