If Linux server adoption is slowing, then my name is Steve Ballmer

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| Linux adoption in the enterprise is slowing down? Not so fast says one
| analyst firm, which took a closer look at a report that showed Linux adoption
| slowing from the significant growth rates of the past few years.
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http://enterpriselinuxlog.blogs.tech...steve-ballmer/
http://tinyurl.com/2pw4al

Ballmer lied about it too so months ago and so did Mundie (a few days in an
interview).



Linux grabs 30% of China's fast-growing smartphone market

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| China consumed 15 million smartphones in 2006, up from 10 million
| units in 2005, resulting in more than doubling of smartphone
| revenues, according to Chinese market research firm CCID Consulting
| Company. Symbian controlled 63.2 percent of the market, followed by
| Linux (30.3 percent) and Windows Mobile (5.4 percent).
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http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS9419753617.html


Linux the fastest-growing smartphone OS

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| Meanwhile, in the world's largest mobile phone market (China), Linux already
| has a 30 percent share, CCID Consulting Company said in March.
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http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS9422438794.html


Linux grabs 30% of China's fast-growing smartphone market

,----[ Quote ]
| China consumed 15 million smartphones in 2006, up from 10 million
| units in 2005, resulting in more than doubling of smartphone
| revenues, according to Chinese market research firm CCID Consulting
| Company. Symbian controlled 63.2 percent of the market, followed by
| Linux (30.3 percent) and Windows Mobile (5.4 percent).
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http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS9419753617.html


Red Hat profit rises on 42 percent revenue hike

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| Red Hat distributes open source Linux software and charges
| companies a subscription to provide updates and other technical support.
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http://open.itworld.com/5033/070627red/page_1.html


Server sales turn vendors into very happy bunnies

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| X86 server sales generated 50 per cent of factory revenue for the first time,
| growing 16 per cent year on year. Sales of Windows servers grew by 14 per
| cent annually but Linux revs were up 34 per cent.
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http://www.theinquirer.net/default.aspx?article=41894