What is Cisco doing with Linux?
Source: LinuxWorld - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Vendors/Products While networking giant Cisco has advantages most competitors don't - dominant market share, a multi-billion-dollar R&D budget, thousands of engineers - the vendor is also taking advantage and making the most of resources that are open to everyone: Linux and open source software.

Cisco has long used open source and Linux internally as a tool for supporting its own network. Network administrators at Cisco a long time ago developed a open-source tool, running on Linux servers, to manage the company's extensive network of thousands of printers and print servers. Cisco Enterprise Printing System (CEPS) was released by Cisco to the open source community under the GPL.

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