Enterprise Linux Today: Informix Introduces Extended Parallel Server Developer's Edition For LinuxOct 25, 2000, 23:16 (0 Talkback[s])
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"High Performance, Scalability and Flexibility of Informix XPS Now Available to Linux Users."
"Informix Software, the database company, a subsidiary of Informix Corporation, has introduced a developer's edition of its Informix Extended Parallel Server (XPS) Version 8.31 for the Linux platform, meeting user demand to make the powerful data-management functionality of XPS available on the increasingly popular operating system."
"The release of the developer's edition enables Linux users to build custom applications that take full advantage of the features of XPS, including its unlimited scalability, superior data loading and query performance, advanced data-warehousing capabilities, and simplified Web-based administration tools."
"XPS has long been the preferred choice of large organizations that require extensive data management, complex querying and unlimited scalability," said Jim Foy, president of Informix Software. "With this introduction of the developer's edition for the Linux platform, we are demonstrating our commitment to enhance our products to meet customers' needs while building on the attractive features that Linux offers."
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