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Interbase.com: Inprise Offers InterBase 6.0 - Linux for Public Field Test

Mar 10, 2000, 06:58 (2 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Elton M. Labajo for this link. ]

"Inprise Corporation announced a public field test of InterBase 6.0 for the Linux operating system now available as a download from the InterBase web site."

"Two years have gone by since InterBase 4.0 was originally released as freeware for Linux. Following on from recent announcements regarding the open-sourcing of InterBase 6.0, the new version of its cross-platform relational database - Interbase would like all interested parties to freely download and test this latest version of InterBase for Linux. Any feedback on this new version can be sent to ib_support@inprise.com or alternatively users are encouraged to participate in the field test newsgroups...."

"InterBase 6.0 is a powerful, high-performance cross-platform relational database designed for business-critical, mobile computing and Internet-based applications on Linux, Windows NT, Solaris, and other UNIX operating systems. Since 1985, InterBase has provided technologically superior relational database solutions to meet the business-critical database needs of numerous companies such as Nokia, Ericsson, MCI, Northern Telecom, Bear Stearns, the Money Store, the US Army, NASA, and Rob Schieck's mers.com web site. Through its ease of use, maintainability, simplified deployment and small footprint, InterBase has become the preferred embedded database solution."

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