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eBox’s perspective

April 16, 2009 · 1 Comment

Listening to one of the last podcast from Stanford University’s Entrepreneurship Corner, Jensen Huang, co-founder and CEO of Nvidia, talks about the importance of a company’s vision.

To scape from the grandiosity of that “vision” word, in many minds exclusive for the big visionaries, Jensen Huang points out “perspective” as a better way to express the particular manner that anyone has to see the world, everyone has an own perspective about the world.

eBox’s perspective is to make eBox Platform globally the best tool for efficient administration of computer networks and to adapt its value offering according to the contexts and needs of each market through the partner network.

However, I would like to share with you another way to tell which our perspective is:

eBox Technologies and eBox platform desire to be for Linux in the server, what Canonical and Ubuntu have been for Linux in the desktop.

Say, to provide a wide set of well known free software server technologies, fully integrated and easy to install and manage through a few clicks: a GNU/Linux server directly out of the box.

That’s our perspective, probably big enough to deserve to be (also) our vision.

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