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Obsidian to unveil new look at LinuxWorld

By   |  May 16, 2005

Obsidian Systems has announced that it plans to make a big splash at South Africa\’s first LinuxWorld conference and exhibition, as it celebrates ten years of Linux and open source advocacy in the South
African market. The company also plans to launch its new corporate image.

Muggie van Staden, managing director of Obsidian Systems, says \”it\’s hard to believe that Obsidian has reached the point in its lifecycle where it is known as a veteran of the South African Linux market. We think ten years of successful operation in any market is strong achievement and in celebrating ten years worth of focus on the Linux and open source markets, we have incorporated something old and something new into a
more modern corporate image that we believe will serve us well in the coming decade.\”

\”Our stand will play host to thought provoking talks from our experts on business topics that include the top seven reasons customers should certify their technicians as Red Hat Certified Engineers (RHCEs), why customers should be comfortable with paying for Linux solutions and combating today\’s threats of spam using open source software; technical topics like installing and managing Linux net boot PCs, making best use
of LDAP infrastructures and setting up content management with Drupal; and more open source community focused topics that include free as in speech and a decade of open source,\” says Van Staden.

\”There will also be demos and practical explanations taking place at our stand over the four days of the LinuxWorld exhibition, most notably of these a notebook computer configured with the best the Linux and OSS
worlds have to offer.

\”This configuration will be aimed at truly demonstrating the enterprise readiness, functionality and visual appeal that has made Linux not only a viable, but in many cases better alternative than the proprietary
platforms for the desktop market,\” van Staden says.

\”We are extremely positive about the quality of attendee this exhibition will attract,\” van Staden says, \”and what will make this show particularly valuable to attendees is the fact that Obsidian\’s stand will be surrounded by the two Linux heavyweights, namely Red Hat and Novell, not to mention the applications heavyweight in the Linux space, namely Oracle.


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