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ServerWatch: IBM Adds Linux Partitioning to iSeries Line

Jul 25, 2001, 18:20 (7 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Amy Newman)

IBM, in conjunction with SuSE and TurboLinux, is expanding its Linux offerings to its iSeries line, bringing Linux to its one to 24-way servers.

"After seeing how well-received Linux partitioning was in its flagship eServer z900 mainframe, IBM (NASDAQ:IBM) is expanding the functionality beyond its enterprise-level customers to its midsize customer base.

Starting next month, Linux partitioning modules will be available for all iSeries servers, from 1-way to 24-way servers.

IBM partnered with SuSE Linux and Turbo Linux to develop the offering. Now in public beta, the applications are expected to be generally available in August."

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