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PRNewswire: Candle Corporation Announces Pricing Support for Linux on IBM's S/390 Servers

Aug 09, 2000, 00:26 (0 Talkback[s])

"Candle Corporation, a leading independent software company specializing in fast, flexible e-business solutions, today announced its support for IBM's hardware and software enhancements and pricing strategy for Linux running on S/390 enterprise servers. The announcement highlights Candle's continuing commitment and leadership in innovative pricing and licensing for S/390 users."

"The IBM S/390 Integrated Facility for Linux brings customers the ability to add system capacity to dedicate to Linux workloads, without increasing charges for IBM S/390 software on the rest of the server. Candle Corporation has agreed to support this increased capacity without any additional cost to the user; there will be no increase to maintenance and licensing fees for additional capacity dedicated to Linux running native on S/390."

"Candle has been a long-time partner in supporting S/390," said Steve Wright, director of marketing for Candle's Enterprise Computing Group. "We are pleased to be working with IBM to support Linux in this environment."

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