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Linux controls IBM mainframes

Dec 15, 2009, 13:32 (0 Talkback[s])

"According to IBM, the financial savings can be up to 80 per cent. Furthermore, a "save-as-you-grow" pricing model is intended to facilitate investment decisions by allowing customers to gradually purchase resources at considerably lower prices than that of a complete system.

"Although the name Enterprise Linux Server may imply an association with Novell's SLES, IBM says that it develops the System z mainframes, like its other Linux products, in close cooperation with Red Hat and Novell."

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