Sybase Announces ASE on Linux for IBM eServer� OpenPower�-Based Systems

Tuesday Nov 30th 2004 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Sybase, Inc. today announced that Sybase's enterprise-class, relational database management system, Adaptive Server® Enterprise (ASE) on Linux version will run on IBM's eServer™ OpenPower™ platform. The companies will market Sybase ASE worldwide. Sybase ASE for Linux on the IBM OpenPower Platform, scheduled to be available in Q1 2005, provides customers with a high-performance, cost-effective data management solution.

[From Sybase, Inc.]

Sybase, Inc. (NYSE: SY), a leading provider of enterprise infrastructure and mobile software, today announced that the Sybase® Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) for Linux, the enterprise-class, relational database management system (RDBMS), will run on IBM's eServer™ OpenPower™ systems, IBM's POWER5™ microprocessor-based servers tuned specifically for Linux environments. Sybase ASE on Linux is designed specifically for Linux-driven strategies, giving enterprises greater choice for implementing an open, high-performance, high-value data management solution. The companies will participate in joint sales, marketing and services activities, worldwide, with a focus on financial services.

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