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IBM.com: Now DB2 for Linux Supports Clusters - Try the Beta for Free!

Oct 25, 2000, 12:21 (3 Talkback[s])

"IBM has extended the record breaking performance power of DB2 Universal Database on Linux. DB2 UDB Enterprise-Extended Edition (EEE) can exploit symmetric multiprocessors (SMP), clustered SMP, and massively parallel processors (MPP) on platforms as diverse as Microsoft Windows NT, IBM AIX*, HP-UX, NUMA-Q, Sun Solaris and now on Linux. This enables you to confidently run those killer queries that other systems can't handle. And it makes almost any query run faster, so you can get results sooner and reach business conclusions way ahead of the competition."

"Why wait for Oracle 9i..."

DB2 for Linux Enterprise-Extended Edition download page

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