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PRNewswire: Oasis Optimizes Leading ePayment Technology for the Linux Operating System

Aug 23, 2000, 20:20 (0 Talkback[s])

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"Oasis Technology, a leading provider of mobile commerce, Internet and real-world ePayment software, today announced that it will now offer its leading ePayment technology on the Linux operating system. By extending its ePayment software to Linux, Oasis is providing an end-to-end ePayment solution optimized for the increasing number of businesses adopting the Linux operating system to drive their eBusiness requirements. As a supporter of "open-source" computing technologies like Linux, Oasis further extends an open platform philosophy centered around its flagship UNIX-based ePayment solution, as well as high-performance enterprise platforms like IBM's Transaction Processing Facility (TPF)."

"Oasis will be demonstrating IST/Switch on Linux, a complete solution for processing high-volume ePayment transactions from any Internet, mobile or real-world channel, at Oasis Connection 2000, Oasis' 3rd annual partner and client user conference held from August 22nd to August 25th in Toronto, Ontario."

"Linux offers all the features of a fully fledged operating system, including true multitasking, virtual memory, shared libraries, demand loading, shared copy-on-write executables, proper memory management, TCP/IP networking and much more. Due to the very nature of its functionality and availability, Linux has become very popular worldwide. In fact, IDC pins Linux growth on its reliability and strength in the Web market and has recently released quarterly data showing that Linux server shipments increased 166 per cent in the fourth quarter of 1999 from the fourth quarter of 1998."

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