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Mandriva participates in Intel's Classmate PC project

Mandriva strengthens Intel's contribution to education by actively participating in Intel's Classmate PC project. Several technology companies joined forces to produce Classmate PC, a portable computer for students in developing countries.

Mandriva and O3Spaces Announce An Alliance

Mandriva will now distribute O3Spaces Workplace as part of the Corporate Server 4 and Mandriva Linux Powerpack+ 2007 Spring editions. The alliance also covers an extensive support agreement. This means that the customer is offered a well rounded software and service package to enhance office productivity, team work and collaboration based on Mandriva Linux server technology.

Mandriva Linux 2007 Spring Released

Mandriva, the global Linux distributor, is pleased to announce the upcoming release of its new distribution: Mandriva Linux 2007 Spring.

Mandriva and Seanodes sign a partnership agreement

Mandriva and Seanodes today announce their partnership.This new partnership will provide a low cost storage solution both for high performance computing and virtualized environments.

Corporate Desktop 4.0: The desktop you were waiting for

Mandriva is pleased to announce the launch of the beta program of Corporate Desktop 4.0, the brand new version of its enterprise-dedicated work station.

Mandriva open office in Lagos

Mandriva West Africa to start operations in February 2007 to offer the Mandriva Linux operating system and open source applications and solutions to individuals, educational institutions, public and private organizations, ISVs and OEMs all over West Africa.

Mandriva integrates Metisse in its next distribution

Mandriva integrates the window system Metisse in its next distribution and unveils this technology by rendering a Live CD available. Metisse is a window management tool in 3D developed by two French researchers from the In Situ project, available under the GPL license, for Linux only.

Mandriva Linux new life cycle

Customers and partners can sometimes make a difference. In accordance with their feedback and Mandriva's analysis of the overall advantages and drawbacks of the longer development schedule, Mandriva decided to adjust the life cycle of the consumer oriented products to a shorter 6 month period.