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Serbia: IBM opens Linux Training Centre

IBM opened a Linux Centre for expert training at the Faculty of Organisational Sciences of the University of Belgrade. The Centre will enable clients, students, programmers and business partners in Serbia to directly sample and try out Linux and discover the advantages of open computers based on standards.

In the outline of establishing the Centre, IBM provided 1 IBM pSeries server and 2 IBM xSeries servers as well as 12 IBM/Lenovo PCs – where each of the computers has Red Hat Linux Enterprise Edition v4 installed. In addition, in the outline of the educational program of the university, IBM software will be used.

At the presentation of the Linux Centre, it was also stated that the number of systems that use Linux is increasing every year and that, in 2004, that operating system was installed in 19% of systems worldwide, and by 2008, the plan is to encompass about 30% of all operating systems in the world.

IBM opened similar Linux Centres in Russia, Romania, India, China and South Korea, intended for offering help to clients, business partners and programmers, transferring to an open, standardised access to computers.

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