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IBM opens integration centre for SuSE Linux products
Monday, December 08 2003 @ 04:46 PM CST
Contributed by: Linegod
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General News From itBusiness.ca:

IBM Canada is promising customers improved installation experience, performance and cost of ownership for SuSE Linux Enterprise Server on its DB2 software through the opening of a Toronto-based integration centre.

The two firms said the centre will dedicate hardware, software and human resources to create model customer environment and test scripts for certification work. SuSE, based in Germany, offers the first distribution of the Linux open-source operating system to be certified on all hardware platforms supported by DB2. IBM has also been offering its own Linux certification program for DB2 for about two years, and SuSE has been a part of that from the beginning.

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