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Old 11-24-2006, 01:21 AM   #1
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When Open Source Systems got its start in 2001, the field wasn’t quite booming the way it is now, just a handful of years later, but the company could see a change coming in the way that data centers were operating. “People were getting tired of paying exorbitant licensing fees,” says Jared Giles, OSS’ vice president of marketing and product management. “Linux was gaining momentum, and it seemed that the opportunity was tremendous.”



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