Linux becomes the pizza platform
Posted on: 03/25/2000 09:34 AM

I thought this was an interesting read on the future on Linux in the business community. Read the whole article here.
Next time you buy a pizza at Little Caesars, the clerk at the cash register might well be using a Linux computer. MaxSpeed makes hardware that lets companies plug numerous sets of keyboards, pointing devices and monitors into a single Linux server. The hardware, which is being used at FTD, Little Caesars and others, is geared for use at chain stores that have numerous outlets.





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