The Linux Box announces a partnership with Canonical whereby it will market the Ubuntu Linux operating system in the U.S.
The Linux Box
has announced a
partnership with Canonical
whereby it will
market the Ubuntu
Linux operating system
in the United States.
As a Canonical Silver Solution Provider Partner, The Linux Box will sell,
install and support customized Ubuntu-based solutions to organizations running
Linux systems. It will also provide businesses with large-scale migration
deployment support and training services for cloud computing infrastructures
and enterprise desktop alternatives.
"Combining forces with The Linux Box enables many more U.S.
businesses in every industry to embrace Ubuntu as their end-to-end open-source
data center solution," said Steve George, director of corporate services
at Canonical, in a statement. "We look forward to Ubuntu being The Linux
Box's best-of-breed open-source solution."
The Linux Box is a software development consultancy that customizes open-source
projects for clients across a variety of sectors.
"Ubuntu's game-changing operating system model is catching on with
original equipment manufacturers and business organizations of all sizes,"
said Elizabeth Ziph, CEO and co-founder of
The Linux Box, in a statement. "We hope to help educate enterprises to
Ubuntu's solid performance characteristics and to expand its market share."