Apr 05, 1999
"The multi-tasking, virtual memory, demand loading, and TCP/IP networking capabilities delivered by Linux demand top performance, reliability, and ease-of-integration from storage products," said Michael McLagan, Administrator of Linux Online! "Seagate drives have performed remarkably well in fulfilling these tasks within the Linux operating environment, so the drives were a natural fit for our server upgrades. It's good to know that an industry leader like Seagate stands at the forefront of such leading-edge, emerging technologies as Linux."
The Linux operating system is a free Unix-type operating system originally created by computer programmer Linus Torvalds with the assistance of developers from around the world. The operating environment has rapidly grown to become the largest shareholder of the Unix-type operating system market and is suited for many enterprise computing applications. More information about the operating system can be found through Linux Online! at http://www.linux.org.
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