This is the year of surprises – Windows running on a Mac and now Microsoft supporting Linux. In a surprising press release today, Microsoft announced plans to support Linux through Novell’s SUSE.
Here is a snippet of Microsoft’s press release and a link to it:
Microsoft Corp. and Novell Inc. today announced a set of broad business and technical collaboration agreements to build, market and support a series of new solutions to make Novell and Microsoft ® products work better together. The two companies also announced an agreement to provide each other’s customers with patent coverage for their respective products. These agreements will be in place until at least 2012. Under this new model, customers will realize unprecedented choice and flexibility through improved interoperability and manageability between Windows ® and Linux.
““They said it couldn’t be done. This is a new model and a true evolution of our relationship that we think customers will immediately find compelling because it delivers practical value by bringing two of their most important platform investments closer together,Ã¢â‚¬Â said Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft. ““We’re excited to work with Novell, whose strengths include its heritage as a mixed-source company. Resolving our patent issues enables a combined focus on virtualization and Web services management to create new opportunities for our companies and our customers.Ã¢â‚¬Â
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