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Tuesday, 04 September 2007 12:54

Tattershall takes a gamble on Microsoft

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Australian gaming giant Tattersalls has dumped Linux in a $43 million project to streamline its multi-state Maxgaming poker machine business.

According to Australian IT, the open source operating system is used in 4,000 venues throughout Queensland, NSW and the Northern Territory.

Chief information officer Stephen Lawrie said a new platform built around Microsoft products would be developed instead.

He said recent mergers with interstate gaming operations had left Maxgaming with a complicated set of software licenses and made it difficult to run four platforms at once.

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