Enterprise Linux Today: IBM Unveils Next-Generation e-Business ServerOct 03, 2000, 20:08 (0 Talkback[s])
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"eServer, a computing model devoted to handling e-business, was launched today by IBM."
"The product features mainframe-class reliability and scalability, support of open standards for the development of new applications, and capacity on demand for managing the demands of e-business, according to Bill Zeitler, senior vice president and group executive, IBM Server Group."
"Each eServer fully embraces open industry standards such as Java, XML, HTTP, HTML and Linux. The product was created by Project Mach 1, a major cross-company initiative. The goal was to create an infrastructure in which computing power migrated from traditional, centralized IT systems into distributed high-speed networks so that usage of servers, applications and other IT resources became pervasive."
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