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SuSE Announces Enterprise Server 7 for eServer iSeries, pSeries

Jan 31, 2002, 21:00 (0 Talkback[s])

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LinuxWorld, New York, January 31, 2002 - SuSE Linux and IBM today announced
the availability of "SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 7 for iSeries and
pSeries". The new release of SuSE's proven enterprise server operating
system is the latest result of the recently announced extended Business
Partner relationship between SuSE Linux and IBM. Together, IBM and SuSE
Linux are offering customers unparalled performance and value - IBM eServer
scalability combined with the outstanding capabilities of the SuSE Linux
Enterprise Server (SLES) operating system.

SuSE Linux Enterprise Server makes Linux corporate computing a reality, as
it is the first operating system that is available for all IBM hardware
architectures. For companies hosting complex IT infrastructures, this opens
the door to the unprecedented perspective of spanning the entire IBM eServer
line with a single powerful enterprise operating system. IBM's eServer line
with SuSE Linux Enterprise Server operating system provide customers a
superlative combination of systems and service at an unbeatable total cost
of ownership level. A uniform server strategy ensures the interoperability
of diverse systems in a heterogeneous IT environment and reduces
administration expenses. At the same time, it results in savings in the
areas of development, training, and acquisition of new software products...

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