FWD: Red Hat: Linux desktop should take on MS



"We think we can deliver a fully integrated solution that is based on
open-source technologies," Szulik said. A year ago, information
technology executives didn't consider the issue, but "I would say it's
accelerating (and) showing up in three to four conversations a month now
with chief information officers."

Countries whose general population can't afford high-priced computers
also are a reasonable market. Red Flag Linux is making major inroads in
China, Kusnetzky said, but worldwide and in Asia, Red Hat leads in
desktop Linux market share.

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