Linux Global Partners received the private capital to acquire Corel's Linux division in approximately 30 days during July 2001 from NYPPe during difficult market conditions.
What does LGP stand for?
LGP stands for Linux Global Partners
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of LGP
We have 62 other meanings of LGP in our Acronym Attic
- Length of Growing Period
- Lergravsparken (Danish railway station)
- Lesbian and Gay Pride
- Let's Get Published (web portal for authors)
- Let's Go Pens (Pittsburgh Penguins fan website)
- Light Guiding Panel
- Light-Gathering Power
- Limited Gene Pool
- Linux Game Publishing
- Little Green People
- Loan Guarantee Program (various organizations)
- Local Governance Program (Iraq)
- Local Government Partnership (various locations)
- Local Government Plan (various locations)
- Local Group Policy (Microsoft Windows)
- Low Gas Pressure
- Low Ground Pressure
- Lutheran Girl Pioneers (La Crosse, WI)
- Lysosomal Membrane Glycoprotein
Samples in periodicals archive:
In addition to the distribution of medical products, the company has investments in the high-tech industry through its equity ownership interest in Linux Global Partners, Inc.
Linux Global Partners Leads Investment of Integral Application Company MINNEAPOLIS, Sept.
We maintain our enthusiasm for the future prospects of our investment in Linux Global Partners, which invests in Linux software companies, and is attempting to market a Linux software desktop system, offering great potential through Linux as an alternative computer operating system.
We believe our new technology division's association with Linux Global Partners (`LGP') continues to provide exciting potential through Linux software investments even though LGP's development has proceeded more slowly than we originally anticipated.
About NYPPe "NYPPe is the best kept secret on Wall Street," states Will Rosemann, Co-CEO, Linux Global Partners, Ltd.
29, 2001 Licensing Deal and $10 Million Commitment From Linux Global Partners To Form Backbone of Xandros' Go to Market Strategy Xandros Corporation today announced that it has signed a strategic licensing agreement with Corel Corporation, giving it access to Corel's Linux desktop OS and related technologies.
Medicore owns 8% of Linux Global Partners which specializes in Linux software investments.