Yellow Dog for IBM RS/6000Jul 27, 1999, 13:07 (0 Talkback[s])
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Terra Soft Solutions, Inc. announced the availability of Yellow Dog Linux Champion Server 1.1 optimized for three IBM RS/6000 products -- the 43P Model 150, a uniprocessor workstation and entry-level server, the F50 server, with up to four microprocessors, and the upcoming thin application server, code named Pizzazz.
Yellow Dog Linux Champion Server 1.1, Terra Soft's Linux operating system, is designed for a wide range of uses including applications used by Internet service providers, corporate intra/extranets, Web and network servers.
"This represents a significant move for Yellow Dog Linux into a new market," said Kai Staats, Chief Executive Officer of Terra Soft. "By teaming with IBM and RS/6000 servers we will be able to offer our product on one of the industry's top rated platforms."
"We have customers asking for Linux-based solutions on the RS/6000," said Rod Adkins, IBM RS/6000. "We said earlier this year we would be working with the Linux community to provide Linux-based solutions on RS/6000, and now we're beginning to deliver on that promise."
Champion Server 1.1 for RS/6000 will be available for pre-order beginning July 26, starting at $24.95, and for download shortly thereafter at www.yellowdoglinux.com. The CDs with RS/6000 kernels will be shipping the following week. Additional purchase options include Installation Support and an Installation Guide within the unique Yellow Dog zipper-portfolio case.
About IBM RS/6000
More information is available at http://www.rs6000.ibm.com or Jeff Gluck, 914-766-3839, firstname.lastname@example.org
About Terra Soft Solutions, Inc.
More information is available at http://www.terrasoftsolutions.com or Kai Staats, 970-278-9243, email@example.com
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