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SUSE: The Failed Products (A Visual Tour)

Bryan Lunduke

By: Bryan Lunduke

August 1, 2014 3:22 pm

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SUSE Linux Enterprise powers an almost astronomical number of the worlds super-computers — and the rest of SUSE’s product line-up, from SUSE Cloud to SUSE Studio, are pretty doggone fancy too.

But not every product can be a rousing success.  Let’s take a visual tour of SUSE’s most noteworthy failed products.

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  1. By:victorhck

    XD XD
    “Old toad” is a fail???
    I could see that in the SUSE parties is a big success!!
    ‘ve phun!!

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