Secure Linux maker teams with IBM in U.S.
Posted on: 10/25/2002 04:54 PM

Infoworld reports that software maker Trustix this week formally unveiled a deal with IBM to jointly market and sell its secure Linux software in the U.S. on hardware from Big Blue.

"Trustix has developed a version of the Linux operating system it characterizes as a "hardened Red Hat Linux with the look and feel of Microsoft Windows," according to Wollan. In addition to an operating system, it sells a firewall server, proxy server, LAN server, Web server, and e-mail server. Each of those is based on freely available software such as Apache, Postfix, and Samba."

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