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LinuxPR: Sanchez Offers GT.M Database as Open Source Freeware to GNU/Linux Users

Nov 07, 2000, 23:19 (0 Talkback[s])

"Sanchez to Explore New Business Opportunities for its Database Technology."

"Sanchez Computer Associates Inc., announced today the company's Greystone Group, a technology division of Sanchez, has made its M database technology (GT.M?) available to GNU/Linux-based users as open source freeware. GT.M is a robust, high-performance, multi-paradigm database engine, and is a proven platform for building high-throughput database applications for both host-based and client/server architectures."

"The GT.M database is free to users on x86 GNU/Linux-based platforms. The open source freeware GT.M is available under the GNU Public License at sourceforge.net/projects/sanchez-gtm. A binary release is now available and the source code will follow in the near future. Although the software is free for anyone to use, Sanchez' Greystone Group will offer maintenance contracts for users who want to use GT.M for commercial applications and want to purchase commercial support from Sanchez."

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