Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Technology Review: Microsoft strikes deal with Linux software distributor Xandros

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Microsoft Corp. said Monday it will share technology with Linux distributor Xandros Inc., the latest in a string of deals meant to help the patent-protected Windows operating system work more smoothly with open-source programs.

Under the terms of the agreement, New York-based Xandros, which makes and distributes open-source desktop and server software, will license server code from Microsoft and develop software tools that work with Microsoft's systems.

I'm at TechEd and will post some related impressions over the next couple days.

Technology Review: Microsoft strikes deal with Linux software distributor Xandros

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