• Interviews, Publications, and Mentions

    Press

    Oribtz gets up and running fast with open source
    InfoWorld
    April, 2006

    Open source tools allow travel site to keep pace with well-funded competitors
    Have Jini, will travel
    ComputerWorld
    September, 2004

    Orbitz put Sun's technology at the core of the framework that powers its online reservation systems.
    Orbitz Finds Linux a Good Travel Companion
    Enterprise Linux News
    September, 2003

    Orbitz flies with Linux. Always has, and if you believe the online travel agency's chief Internet architect, Leon Chism, it always will.
    Open Source in Orbitz
    Open Magazine
    August, 2003

    Killer searching and killer server savings, what else but Linux could give them all they want in a smooth landing into first-class e-commerce.
    How Linux Makes Companies Smarter
    Linux Journal
    July, 2003

    Vendor tales about “solutions” are fine, but how is Linux changing the way regular companies do and manage information technology?
    At Orbitz, Linux Flies First-Class
    Business 2.0
    July, 2003

    Leon Chism went open-source to cut harware costs--and boost power--in the cutthroat travel business.
    Orbitz Unveils Direct Reservation System
    eCommerce Times
    August, 2002

    Oribitz claims that American Airlines will save up to 77 percent on each ticket booked through its site, and that industry-wide savings could reach $1 billion per year.