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PRNewswire: SteelEye Receives Investment From the Intel 64 Fund to Support Linux Product PlansApr 11, 2000, 04:04 (0 Talkback[s])
"SteelEye Technology Inc., an emerging leader in high-availability solutions for Linux announced today that it has received funding from the Intel 64 Fund. Full financial details were not disclosed, but the investment was made in support of SteelEye's commitment to develop and port a version of its newly acquired flagship product LifeKeeper(R) for Intel's upcoming IA64 product family, beginning with the Itanium(R) processor."
"LifeKeeper is a commercially proven high-availability clustering solution that ensures critical eBusiness applications and data are consistently accessible regardless of where client applications reside in an organization. LifeKeeper leverages the power and stability of Linux with the high-availability and fault resilience required by companies wanting to develop Linux eBusiness and Web-based applications. LifeKeeper is a key part of SteelEye's strategy for delivering enterprise-class solutions to support mission-critical applications on Linux. The LifeKeeper product family offers sophisticated 24 x 7, high-availability and fault-resilient functionality assuring that eBusinesses are continually operational."
""We are delighted with the Intel 64 Fund investment in Steeleye supporting our efforts to provide high availability solutions on Linux," said Jim Fitzgerald, president and CEO of SteelEye. "Through the support of the Intel 64 fund, we are committed to making these solutions available on Intel's upcoming IA-64 product family beginning with the Itanium processor.""
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