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LinuxAsia 2006 to be held in Delhi next month

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LINUX evangelists from industry, government and users would converge at Asia's premier Open Source conference and exposition - LinuxAsia 2006 - to be held in New Delhi between February 8-10.

LinuxAsia 2006 would run the theme `The Customer Speaks' with sessions on topics including virus-free desktops, high-performance clusters, data and application migration, wireless computing, scalable storage, focusing on the best practices and collaboration.

Others presenting views and chairing discussions include Mr Mark Shuttleworth, Linux Pioneer and guru.

Full Annoucement.

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