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ZDNet: Via project to boost Linux support

Adrian Bridgwater reports on Via Technologies open source announcement made at the LF Collab Summit.

InternetNews: Linux-Related Spending Could Top $49B by 2011

Sean Michael Kerner writes on the new IDC report coming out of the LF Collab Summit.

“Let there be no further doubt: Linux is becoming big business. According to a new report from analyst firm IDC and sponsored by the Linux Foundation, hardware and software spending related to the open source OS hit $21 billion during 2007. The researcher’s findings further indicate that by 2011, Linux ecosystem spending will grow even larger, to $49 billion.”

Computerworld UK: A Good Foundation to Build On

Glyn Moody blogs on the LF Collab Summit.

LinuxInsider: HP Joins the Crowd at the Low End

Brad King writes about the new emerging market of smaller, less expensive notebooks - citing the Linux Desktop panel at the LF Collab Summit today.

SourceForge.net: LCS: Do You Take The Kernel For Granted?

Ross Turk reports on the kernel developer panel at the LF’s Collab Summit.

Austin American-Statesman: Linux developers look to break out

Dan Zehr of the local Austin newspaper reports on the LF’s Collaboration Summit taking place this week.

Blogging Hyperic: Video - Javier Soltero at the Linux Foundation Summit

John Mark of Hyperic picks up the LF’s live videos from the Summit today.

To see all the videos, check out the LF’s YouTube Channel.

Tectonic: Via announces open source plans

Live from the LF Collab Summit, Via announces their open source initiatives.

ZDNet: State of the Linux union is sound

Dana Blankenhorn writes on the LF’s Collaboration Summit and the new report released by IDC today.

“Before settling down to business at its Collaboration Summit in Austin today, the Linux Foundation heard a state of the Linux union talk from IDC. In the enterprise space, it’s sound. (This is a picture from last year’s summit. Don’t they look excited, though?) The key takeaway was a hockey stick graph, showing the Linux ecosystem growing from $21 billion in sales last year to $49 billion by 2011.”

IT Investment Research: Linux Foundation, IDC release new forecasts for Linux ecosystem growth

Dennis Bryon writes on the new IDC report released today at the LF Collab Summit.

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