“Before, Linux could run only on single- or dual-processor boxes,” Yankee Group senior analyst Dana Gardner told the E-Commerce Times. “Now you’re starting to see people [networking] many of these low-cost boxes in a gridlike fashion to perform highly intensive computing tasks.” Read the part 1 of the article at eCommerceTimes. Sun stands behind Solaris from both a support and a legal standpoint, Sun’s Bill Moffitt told the E-Commere Times. “As Scott McNealy says, it’s a ‘one-throat-to-choke’ service,” he said. “If there’s a problem, you know who to call.” Read the part 2 of the article.