Open Source Galvanizing the New Market Economy

Posted on in Categories GNU/Open source, News, UNIX last updated January 29, 2007

Call it a philosophy, a movement, or a methodology. Call it what you like, but open source has revolutionized the software economy, changing the way software is being built, sold, and used around the globe.

If a rising tide raises all boats, then open sourcing is the next big tide in the world of technology. Sun Executive Boardroom is pleased to present an interview with Senior Vice President of Software Marketing Peder Ulander, who joins us to discuss the myriad of doors that open sourcing opens for developers, enterprises and customers.

At the end of the day, companies generally want to have:
=> commercially-supported

=> commercially-backed

=> commercially-indemnified technologies when they go to market.

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Posted by: Vivek Gite

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