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  1. Who Else Has Selected Linux?

    Schwab Goes Live With Grid Computing Technology

    Charles Schwab's new Linux-based grid computing system, developed with
    help from IBM, includes only 12 servers now. But starting next year,
    the discount brokerage plans to tap into thousands of systems.

    http://www.computerworld.com/newslet...0.html?nlid=AM
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    "alw" wrote in message
    news:8CJEb.11075$0s2.5658@newsread2.news.pas.earth link.net...
    | Schwab Goes Live With Grid Computing Technology
    |
    | Charles Schwab's new Linux-based grid computing system, developed with
    | help from IBM, includes only 12 servers now. But starting next year,
    | the discount brokerage plans to tap into thousands of systems.
    |

    Too bad for them. Windows is better than Linux every time every where.



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    "Bup" wrote:
    >"alw" wrote in message
    >news:8CJEb.11075$0s2.5658@newsread2.news.pas.earth link.net...
    >| Schwab Goes Live With Grid Computing Technology
    >|
    >| Charles Schwab's new Linux-based grid computing system, developed with
    >| help from IBM, includes only 12 servers now. But starting next year,
    >| the discount brokerage plans to tap into thousands of systems.
    >|
    >
    >Too bad for them. Windows is better than Linux every time every where.


    and the numbers go to show, 97% of the planet is on windows.

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