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Take a Trip Down Memory Lane – 10 Year Anniversary Timeline for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z

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By: kimlorusso

March 5, 2010 10:32 am

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From the moment we introduced SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for the mainframe more than ten years ago, our commitment to helping you optimize on IBM System z has never wavered. Together, with our valued partner IBM, we’ve developed more Linux-for-mainframe innovations than any other provider, delivering the simplest, most cost-effective alternative server consolidation platform to x86 platforms available today. So, as the only distributor that’s been delivering an enterprise-class and fully supported Linux operating system since the very start of Linux on the mainframe, we can safely say that if history often repeats itself, the future looks even brighter.

View the timeline today at: http://bit.ly/a8dW44

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