WSJ.com - Start-Up to Offer Software Support For Open Source "A former top executive at Microsoft Corp. is backing a start-up that says it will help large companies set up and run open-source software.
Ignition Partners, a venture capital group run by former Microsoft Senior Vice President Brad Silverberg, and Index Ventures said yesterday they have invested $3.5 million in SourceLabs Inc., a closely held company in Seattle.
The company will try to position itself as a one-stop shop for open-source software, providing certification, testing and maintenance services to companies that run such programs."
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