Complete product line upgrade available Designed to address customer needs for reliable, high performing and secure computing across the enterprise, SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP1 contains major upgrades to the following products: -- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server -- SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop -- SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension, an advanced clustering product that ensures uptime for mission-critical applications -- SUSE Linux Enterprise Point of Service, Novell's specialized Linux solution for retail computing -- SUSE Linux Enterprise Virtual Machine Driver Pack, a set of drivers which improves the performance of Windows* 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 virtual guests These upgraded products will be generally available on June 2.
What does SLED stand for?
SLED stands for Suse Linux Enterprise Desktop
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- Specification Language for Encoding and Decoding
- State and Local Government and Education
- State Law Enforcement Division (South Carolina)
- State, Local and Education (various organizations)
- Statewide Library Electronic Doorway (Alaska)
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- Superluminescent Light Emitting Diode
- Surface Light Emitting Diode
- Sustained Low-Efficiency Dialysis
- System-Level Engineering Documentation
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10
- South London Economic Development Alliance (London, UK)
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- Sri Lanka Export Development Board
- Slow Low-Efficient Daily Dialysis
- Sustained Low Efficiency Daily Diafiltration (dialysis)
- Simulating Large Explosive Detonatable Gas Experiment
- Surface Layer Effective Density-Of-States
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The platform contains major enhancements to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop and delivers two new extensions - SUSE Linux Enterprise Mono(R) Extension, the only product that enables customers to run fully supported Microsoft* .
com Omni, a provider of software products, along with Userful, a developer of Multi-station Linux computing, have announced that, through the Free the Penguins education initiative, up to 50 academic institutions around the world are to deploy Multi-station SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktops.