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March 10, 2008


Robert Wipfel

It seems, to summarize, a Linux-based pDistro is probably best suited to tracking evolving hardware trends, while a Linux-based vDistro provides the hosting container for you enterprise services. And the Network OS is Federated, Open, Services Oriented, Secure and Agile. FOSSA. That sounds about right :-) http://www.novell.com/coolblogs/?p=689

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