BW: CoSORT Announces v7 Support for Linux, Solaris 7Sep 24, 1999, 14:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Innovative Routines International (IRI), Inc. (The CoSORT Company) today announced the availability of its flagship CoSORT 7 release for Linux and Solaris 2.7, for both SPARC and Intel platforms. CoSORT enables developers and end users on these platforms to fully exploit inherent parallel processing, large file I/O, and internet-related data webhousing capabilities..."
"As the world's first commercial sort developer for Unix, IRI continues its tradition of leading-edge platform support," observed IRI Business Development VP David Friedland. "CoSORT 7 creates sort-related development opportunities for Linux application programmers and fully scalable sort and join performance for Solaris database loads and data warehouse staging, respectively."
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