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February 2, 2007
Where is Linux selling best: New York? San Francisco? London?
Try Raleigh-Durham and Boston. That’s the view from Levanta, maker of a popular hardware appliance that manages Linux across commodity hardware, racks, blades, boxes, and even virtual machines.
“We’re not saying that we’re not interested in New York,” quips David Dennis, director of products and marketing at Levanta. “But we’ve noticed hotbeds in Boston, Raleigh-Durham, on the West Coast, and to a lesser extent on Wall Street, in Texas and in Chicagp.”
Levanta, formerly LinuxCare, originally focused on direct sales when the company launched in 2004. But Levanta has gradually added VARs to its sales strategy. Roughly a dozen VARs now support Levanta in such verticals as e-finance and online retailing. Care to learn more? Levanta will be at the Southern California Linux conference.
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