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BW: TurboLinux Releases Linux-SNA Connectivity Software to Open Source

Dec 15, 1999, 16:13 (1 Talkback[s])

"TurboLinux, the high performance Linux company, today announced it was releasing to the open source community key technology for connecting Linux to IBM mainframe legacy systems."

"TurboLinux is committed to Open Source and developing new technologies that take Linux into the enterprise," said Cliff Miller, CEO of TurboLinux. "We're building upon our leadership in Linux clustering and integrating Linux into legacy computer systems to protect our customers' IT investments...."

"Linux-SNA, currently under development on the 2.3.21 Linux kernel, allows SNA mainframe networks to communicate with TCP/IP networks. It can be used as an SNA client or server with complete graphical integration from installation to server management. It is fully compatible with Microsoft SNA Server and IBM Communications Server."

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