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[News] Business Earned by Open Source company on the Sharp Rise

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Untangle: OEMs Embrace Open Source Security Gateway

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| By around August 2008, Untangle exited the hardware appliance business to 
| build stronger OEM relationships. Apparently, it was a smart move. A case in 
| point: Untangle’s March 2009 software subscription sales were up 5 times over 
| March 2008, according to Andrew Fife, a senior product marketing manager at 
| Untangle.    



Untangle Joins The Linux Foundation

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| The Linux Foundation, the nonprofitorganization dedicated to accelerating the
| growth of Linux, today announcedthat Untangle is the newest member of the
| Foundation.


Untangle gateway continues to impress in open source gateways

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| The installation of Untangle is straightforward, and can be done in less than
| one hour on general purpose hardware or a virtual machine. Untangle also
| provides the option to purchase pre-installed servers for use as an
| appliance. An Untangle gateway has relatively low hardware requirements, with
| up to 300 users being able to be serviced by one processor at 1.6 GHz, 2 GB
| of RAM, and only 40 GB of hard drive space.



Untangle Surpasses 100,000 Users

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| Untangle, the pioneer in open source network gateway platforms, today
| announced that it has surpassed the 100,000 users milestone. In under six
| months, Untangle has quickly become the world's leading commercial-grade open
| source gateway solution and is currently deployed in more than 2,000 small to
| medium-sized organizations worldwide.    


Open Source Meets Managed Services

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| As you may know, The VAR Guy is a bit of an open source fanatic — regularly
| reading up about the Ubuntu Linux operating system at AllAboutUbuntu.com. If
| fact, he hears some rumblings that Untangle expects to leverage Ubuntu in the
| next few months.

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