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Thursday, April 27, 2006

Xandros Debuts Linux-Based Replacement for Windows Small Business Server

After almost two years of delays and waiting, Xandros finally debuted their new small business server, Xandros Server, at the LinuxWorld Convention in Toronto. The company plans to market their server as a replacement for the Windows Small Business Server.

The company made a smart decision to avoid competing directly against Red Hat's RHEL or Novell's SLES; instead, they are going for SMBs who want to keep their Windows server management costs down.

According to Xandros, their server offers a seamless replacement for any file and will cut down workload management by a whopping 30% by automating many administrative tasks. They also say that it is compatible with any available Windows domain and networking topology.

Learn more about the new Xandros Server in the full article (link above).

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