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LinuxPR: Mission Critical Linux & SGI to Deliver First...Enterprise-Class Linux Solution

Feb 03, 2000, 19:49 (0 Talkback[s])

"Unparalleled Combination of Products and Services Provides Highest Level of Support to Business-Critical Environments."

"Mission Critical Linux LLC and SGI (NYSE: SGI) together announced today that the companies will enter into an alliance agreement to launch enterprise-class Linux® solutions on a global scale. This is the first time that a complete Linux operating system-based enterprise computing solution, addressing the needs of true mission-critical computing, has been made available on a worldwide basis."

"The agreement will combine SGI's expertise in innovative and powerful enterprise computing with Mission Critical Linux's state-of-the-art interactive management tools and services. The combined offering will leverage Mission Critical Linux's support services expertise with SGI's high-end global market presence. The two companies announced that they will integrate Mission Critical Linux's Secure Service Technology (SST, patent-pending) with SGI's Embedded Support Partner (ESP) to deliver a dynamic proactive support infrastructure. SGI and Mission Critical Linux are planning to seamlessly integrate their service delivery processes to provide service solutions. As a result, clients will benefit from a single point of service offered on a global scale."

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