"BASED ON THE enthusiastic response from corporate customers
the last two months, IBM deepened its commitment to Linux on
Friday with the announcement of a pilot project to work with
selected users and developers to create applications that exploit
its S/390 mainframe."
"Big Blue said it will work with... users and developers in its
new e-Transactions "think tanks," which open Friday in New York and
France, where they can develop and test their applications."
"Users will be able to set up a Linux partition on the
mainframe, making it easier to import both Linux and Unix
applications directly into the OS/390 environment, Wladawsky-Berger
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