"Today, SuSE Linux, the international technology leader
and solutions provider in Open Source, announced the release of the
first Linux operating system for Intel's (NASDAQNM: INTC)
Itanium-based systems. The port of SuSE Linux 7.2 to Intel's 64-bit
architecture emphasizes SuSE as a leading provider of server
solutions for the most demanding enterprise clients worldwide.
...SuSE Linux 7.2 for Itanium systems is based on
state-of-the-art Linux technology, including the latest Linux
Kernel 2.4.4. Besides the actual operating system, the package
comprises of 1,500 applications on 6 CD-ROMs, enabling the setup of
Intranet and Internet solutions as well as setup and protection of
heterogeneous networks. Professional users get all tools needed for
setting up WWW, proxy, mail, and news servers in Linux. The support
of large files up to 4 TByte equips SuSE Linux 7.2 for Itanium
systems for utilization as server system for complex database
applications. A wide array of development tools helps to speed up
the implementation of specific adaptations. The graphical user
interfaces KDE 2.1 and GNOME 1.4 are included in the package."
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