April 17, 2008
Red Hat says it's sticking with the business world, putting to rest any plans for creating a traditional desktop product for the consumer market"The desktop market suffers from having one dominant vendor, and some people still perceive that today?s Linux desktops simply don?t provide a practical alternative," the company said in a blog post, without ever mentioning the M-word.
On the open-source software champion's product to-do list: to ensure its desktop products complement its server and middleware products. Its product plans for this year and next include Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop, Fedora and Red Hat Global Desktop, the latter of which was supposed to launch in the next few months but has been pushed back while the company works through some "business issues."PC World
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