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ComputerWorld: Oracle, Informix take Linux battle to New York

Feb 02, 2000, 21:12 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Oracle and Informix are using LinuxWorld in New York for a price shoot-out.

Oracle Corp. is offering its Dotcom suite at $6,767 for a one-seat developer license. Meanwhile, Informix Corp. is selling its Internet Foundation 2000 package at $199 for a one-seat developer license.

The Informix offer, which is targeted at the Linux operating system running on any manufacturer's Intel platform, is good until Oct.10 worldwide. By comparison, a Unix-based version of the software typically costs $2,000 for a one-seat developer license."

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