Discover Linux Server and Desktop OS tool - Top alternatives, customer information and buyer intent data. Compare Linux with the biggest competitors in the Server and Desktop OS market like Windows 7 Android etc.
Find customers using Linux. Additionally, find customers with upcoming contract renewals and propensity to buy similar technologies.
Discover competitors of Linux to find prospects, market share, technology movements, buying patterns and compare technologies against each other.
Look up customers for Linux using Employee Count. Know their target
company size to create targeted sales and marketing campaigns.
Understand primary industries that Linux sells to and new
industries they are tapping into
Find customers using Linux by region, country, state,
city and pin codes.
Linux’s Top competitors in the server-and-desktop-os category are Windows 7 Android Debian. You can view a full list of Linux competitors here. Slintel uses advanced data mining and AI algorithms to track customers and competitors of Linux and 40,000 other technologies on the internet.You can also compare Linux and its feature with top competitors here : Linux vs Windows 7 Linux vs Android Linux vs Debian .
Majority of Linux’s customers for the server-and-desktop-os category fall in the company size of 11-50 employees (279 companies) 201-500 employees (273 companies) 51-200 employees (220 companies) . You can view a distribution chart of Linux customers by company size here.
Linux has market share of 1.60% in server-and-desktop-os market. Linux competes with 34 competitor tools in server-and-desktop-os category. Top alternatives for Linux server-and-desktop-os tool are Windows 7 with 44.62% Android with 20.77% Debian with 7.76% market share.
Top industries that use Linux for server-and-desktop-os are Information Technology (279) Software (248) Consulting (118) .
Around the world in 2020, over 1380 companies have started using Linux as server-and-desktop-os tool. Companies using Linux for server-and-desktop-os are majorly from United States with 898 customers. 62.67% of Linux customers are from the United States. Other top countries using Linux are Canada Australia with 148(10.33%) 66(4.61%) customers respectively.