LinuxPR: SuSE Linux Debuts On IBM X/390, Offering True Cross Platform SupportMay 18, 2000, 00:06 (0 Talkback[s])
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"SuSE Linux Continues To Lead Linux Adaptation For The Enterprise."
"SuSE Linux, the international technology leader and solution provider in open source operating system (OS) software, today announced the porting of SuSE Linux OS on the IBM S/390 hardware platform. The first Beta version of SuSE Linux for IBM's S/390 platform (presented at the Vista 2000 Conference) will be available for download from SuSE's FTP server in late June. The release of the production version is scheduled for the autumn."
"With the S/390 platform, IBM's mainframe architecture forms the backbone for business data and transaction servers. Mission-critical applications for enterprise systems that require the traditional strength of the S/390 platform - unmatched in reliability, security, scalability and availability - can operate on SuSE Linux for S/390, complemented by other new applications built to run on Linux."
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