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While providing the best-of-breed technology solution is our topmost expertise and priority, we are highly focusing our products for the solution in the open source technology.

Open source programs are programs whose licenses give users the freedom to run the program for any purpose, to modify the program, and to redistribute copies of either the original or modified program (without having to pay royalties to previous developers).

There are a lot of competitive advantages of why a corporation should consider to migrate their enterprise system to the open source technology. Those advantaged can be examined from the following categories:

Total cost of ownership.





Market share.

Open source software costs far less (or even free if you don't need paper documentation, support, training, system administration, and so on) than any other commercial software in the market for initial acquirement.
Upgrade/maintenance costs for open source software are typically far less than any other commercial software.
Open source software does not impose license management costs and avoids nearly all licensing litigation risks, thus protects its users from licensing litigation and management costs.
Open source software can often use older hardware more efficiently than proprietary systems, yielding smaller hardware costs and sometimes eliminating the need for new hardware.
When used in application server based system architecture, the total costs for hardware drop by orders of magnitude if you are using open source software.

Most configurations of system running on open source operating system can run faster than system running on Windows or other commercial operating system.

Open source OS, GNU/Linux, is more reliable than Windows NT according to studies from many research organizations (ZDNet, IDC, Bloor Research, etc).
Linux kernel’s implementation of the TCP/IP Internet protocol stack had fewer defects than the equivalent stacks of several proprietary general-purpose operating systems
Sites using Microsoft’s IIS web serving software have over double the time offline (on average) than sites using the Apache software.
Open source software has greater flexibility and protects its users from the risks and disadvantages of single source solutions.

GNU/Linux and NetBSD (both are open source OS) support a wider range of hardware platforms and performance than any other OS.
Open source model is a way that many companies and individuals can collaborate on a product that none of them could achieve alone. It's a rapid bug-fixes approach and the changes that the user asks for, done to the user's own schedule.

Commercial software system, especially Windows system, was attacked more than all versions of other OS. Computer viruses are overwhelmingly more prevalent on Windows than any other OS systems.
Because software code is in the public view, it will be exposed to extreme scrutiny, with problems being found and fixed instead of being kept secret until the wrong person discovers them. That fact makes open source OS to be the least vulnerable OS.
Open-source software is peer-reviewed software; it is more reliable than closed, proprietary software. Mature open-source code is as bulletproof as software ever gets.
Systems running major open source OS, GNU/Linux, are relatively immune from attacks from outsiders.

Open source Operating System (OS), GNU/Linux, is the #1 server OS on the public Internet.
Open source OS, GNU/Linux, is the leaders in terms of developer use for future embedded projects.
Some giants IT companies are already committed to the open source community: Sun is modifying its Solaris product to run GNU/Linux applications, and IBM has already announced that GNU/Linux will be the successor of IBM’s own AIX.