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Mar 26, 2003, 16:00 (5 Talkback[s])
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"Oracle has already joined forces with Red Hat and with UnitedLinux. On Wednesday it moved to round out its Unbreakable Linux program by bringing in the independent software vendors (ISVs).

"The company unveiled the Unbreakable Linux Partner Initiative, saying it will provide sales incentives, marketing funds, development and support resources to convince ISVs to jump onto the Unbreakable Linux bandwagon.

"'Linux is the fastest growing server operating system and Oracle already has more than 4,000 ISVs using Oracle software on Linux,' said Mark Jarvis, chief marketing officer, Oracle. He added, 'Through this initiative, we will work together with our partners to offer a catalog of 'Powered by Unbreakable Linux' offerings to this high-growth market that is looking for reliable, scalable, low-cost enterprise solutions...'"

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