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LinuxPR: Mission Critical Linux And TurboLinux Form Clustering Technology And Support Alliance

May 08, 2000, 16:52 (0 Talkback[s])

"Mission Critical Linux, the cutting-edge Linux services company, announced today that it has entered into a global agreement with TurboLinux to jointly promote and support Linux solutions targeted at large corporations' business critical applications. In addition, the two companies will collaborate to develop robust enterprise solutions combining TurboLinux cluster with Mission Critical Linux's high availability solutions and services expertise."

"Under the terms of this agreement, Mission Critical Linux and TurboLinux will partner on Linux enterprise services and solutions sales. TurboLinux and Mission Critical Linux are planning to combine their high availability products, technologies and services expertise, in order to jointly deliver turnkey cluster solutions to customers worldwide."

"Mission Critical Linux has expanded its portfolio to offer high availability cluster solutions developed by us, delivered by our professional services organization and supported by our customer support organization, using our unique Web-enabled diagnostic and system management applications," said Moiz Kohari, President and CEO of Mission Critical Linux."

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