The technology industry has been in a buzz since last Monday's Fortune article in which Microsoft General Counsel Brad Smith claims that the GNU/Linux operating system infringes 235 of Microsoft's patents. Microsoft refuses to tell the community what those patents are, but they told you, Novell.
SAP AG and Novell announced that they have extended their relationship to offer a new joint support solution for customers who run their SAP applications on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server from Novell.
Microsoft Corp. and Novell Inc. today announced that 12 new customers have signed up to take advantage of the companies’ collaboration. These customers, from around the globe, are 1blu, Arsys, Fujitsu Services Oy, Gordon Food Service, Gulfstream Aerospace Corp., hi5 Networks Inc., Host Europe, Nationwide, PRISACOM SA, Reed Elsevier, Save Mart Supermarkets, and state of California, Department of Fish and Game.
Customer survey rates Novell Linux support better than Red Hat, Oracle Novell wins awards for web and call center support.
There are buckets of filings this morning, both in Novell and in IBM, but let's start with Novell -- Novell has filed four motions for summary judgment or partial summary judgment, with exhibits and declarations galore. April 20th was the deadline for filing dispositive motions in this case.
The Novell executive who architected an historic technology and intellectual property agreement with Microsoft has scolded rival Red Hat for not being innovative and warned Oracle's Linux play will fragment the company's operating system.
Novell's Linux and enterprise management services took home top honors for Best Open Source Solution and Best Asset Management Solution at the 2007 CODiE awards, the annual program led by the Software Industry and Information Association (SIIA) to recognize innovation in the software industry.
Novell today announced that Sumitomo Electric Industries is using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server from Novell with integrated Xen* virtualization software to extend the useful life of its platforms, minimize additional hardware investment through more efficient use of resources, and operate an effective disaster recovery site.