Linux World Expo: CoolKeyboards Corporation and Atipa Linux Solutions Join Forces

CoolKeyboards Corporation and Atipa Linux Solutions will be joining forces at the upcoming Linux World Expo from February 1-4. Atipa will be displaying their turnkey Linux Solutions, including their "Graphics Workstations", Intel and Athlon Clusters, and their Alpha solutions. In addition to their main booth, Atipa will have an additional area with Linux systems for Internet connectivity and email access as well as a multiplayer gaming LAN featuring Quake III for Linux. All of the machines Atipa will have at the show will be featuring the "Linux Cool Keyboard". Since September of 1999, CoolKeyboards Corporation has been listening to the requests of 1,000's of Linux users worldwide.

The two biggest requests have been to put the CTRL key in the right place and put the ESC key next to the 1 where it belongs. "While not everyone feels this way, MANY do", says Keith P. Levey, CoolKeyboards CEO. In addition to the new software, the "Linux Cool Keyboard" is now shipping with two extra keys so the user who chooses to swap the positions of their CTRL/CAPS can have the proper keys in the proper places. About CoolKeyboards Corporation: CoolKeyboards, a Florida Corporation, produces high quality input devices specifically for the Linux Operating System.

CoolKeyboards can be found at or 954-533-1314 (M-F 9AM-7PM EST). About Atipa Linux Solutions: Founded in 1994, Atipa Linux Solutions is one of the largest suppliers of pre-Configured Linux workstations, servers and clusters for information management today. Best known as one of the first dedicated Linux solutions companies, Atipa partners with other technology and market leaders to make its products available in complete Linux solutions for businesses of all sizes. See Atipa on the Web at or call 800.360.4346. About Linux: Currently, it is estimated that Linux is used by some 8 million people worldwide. With advanced features such as true multi-user and multi-tasking capabilities, Linux has inspired a steadily growing number of individuals and businesses to adopt Linux for a wide range of functions: as servers, for networking, for software development, and more recently as a desktop and gaming platform.