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Microsoft, Novell Focus on China Linux Sales

Everybody's favorite partnership (open source folks, we see the steam coming out of your ears) is hitting the road in a much more serious way -- specifically, the road to China. (Yes, we know it's across the Pacific and there's no "road" that goes there, but we've got a theme going here).

Novell and Microsoft are ramping up SuSE Linux sales in the Middle Kingdom. By the way, saying "Middle Kingdom" when referring to China sounds really brainy. Try it at your next cocktail party.

Posted by Lee Pender on April 22, 2008 at 11:54 AM


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