"Although it was only officially at CeBIT '99, some customers
have already decided to go for SAP R/3 on Linux servers from
Siemens Computer Systems."
"At the same time as SAP announced an R/3 version for the Linux
operating system, Siemens Computer Systems demonstrated this new
solution running on its Intel-based Primergy servers at CeBIT '99.
Primergy is already a leading server platform for SAP R/3, and by
supporting R/3 on Linux, Siemens Computer Systems is extending its
leadership position in the ERP market."