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Technalign announces the transition PC from Altus Computers
Technalign, Inc. has announced its partner Altus Computers is offering new Dell computers pre-installed with Pioneer Linux, while running Windows in a Virtual Machine. The offerings include both workstations running Pioneer Basic Release 2 and servers running Pioneer MigrationSERVER. Workstation configurations can be preconfigured with or without CrossOver Office allowing users to run Windows applications without the use of the Virtual Machine running Windows.

Dianne Ursini, CEO of Technalign, Inc. stated, "This new offerings will provide individuals and companies a complete solution to transition off of Windows easily by providing the tools necessary to complete the task" Ursini adds "One of the obstacles in getting companies and people to move to Pioneer in the past were the legacy applications and the ability to run these; Pioneer now takes care of that with Altus Computers".

Altus Computers is offering Dell preconfigured systems to the business and Pioneer communities allowing those wanting the Dell brand on there desks and server racks to finally get a them with Pioneer Linux preloaded. The partnership with Altus has already started to take effect with an initial offering within the business community. To order a Dell, you would contact Altus Computers toll free at 866-643-5234 and custom configure your Dell Transition PC..

Tom Schaeffer, President of Altus Computers stated, "We are excited to partner with Technalign and provide Dell systems with Pioneer and Windows preloaded as we have seen the need locally for a Windows alternative". "Pioneer represents the simplest of systems for a company or individual to transition off of Windows with the inclusion of Pioneer Linux and Windows" added Schaeffer.

Participating Technalign partners will also be selling the Dell systems via Altus Computers. Technalign partners are now 1,100 strong and many also offer a transition system on a white box or other brand names.

Published Thursday, March 29, 2007 5:58 AM by David Marshall
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