BW: TurboLinux Launches DataServer With IBM DB2 Universal Database...
Jul 31, 2000, 19:29 (0 Talkback[s])
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"TurboLinux, Inc., the high-performance Linux company, today
announced the availability of TurboLinux DataServer integrated with
IBM's DB2 Universal Database, the first commercial offering of
Linux and an enterprise-class database solution."
"TurboLinux DataServer with IBM DB2 Universal Database
delivers the performance and ironclad security of the
TurboLinux operating system integrated with the power and speed of
IBM's DB2 database for optimal backend server functionality.
DB2 Universal Database is the industry's first multimedia,
Web-ready relational database management system robust enough to
meet the demands of large corporations and flexible enough to serve
small and medium-sized businesses."
"Databases are the real engines behind e-business," said T. Paul
Thomas, president and CEO of TurboLinux. "By integrating IBM's
industry-leading DB2 Universal Database solution with our optimized
Linux operating system, we are providing affordable and reliable
e-business infrastructure for business-to-business and