C|Net: HP jump-starts Red Hat's Itanium agenda
Wednesday June 26 2002 @ 08:33AM EDT

Hewlett-Packard's strong backing for Intel's Itanium processor line helped hasten Red Hat's plans to create a version of its flagship Advanced Server product for the high-end chip family.

Red Hat sells a version of Linux for Itanium systems, but hadn't planned to move Advanced Server to Itanium until late 2003. But HP, the co-inventor of the Itanium family, persuaded the company to advance the schedule by about a year, a Red Hat executive said.

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