Expanded System Functionality for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 7 for IBM eServer iSeries and pSeries
Unique support for new IBM eServer p670, p690, and i890 systems
July 4, 2002
Today, SUSE Linux, the international Open Source technology leader and solutions provider, announced the release of an update for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 7 for IBM eServer iSeries and pSeries systems.
SUSE Linux presents the latest Linux technologies for enterprise customers who use SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 7 on these IBM eServer platforms, covered by SUSE maintenance guarantee:
Expanded hardware support
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 7 for iSeries and pSeries supports IBM's latest powerful p690, p670, and i890 systems with Power4 microprocessors. For the first time, the latest generation of pSeries servers can be partitioned into logical systems. This gives customers the flexibility to consolidate multiple applications on a single high-performance server, thus reducing the complexity of their IT infrastructure and resulting in cost savings.
With the help of the ODBC driver for Linux, users can access DB2 Universal Database for OS/400 from Linux applications.
New security fixes
Important improvements in the field of security contribute to keeping the IT system up to date with latest features.
Expanded features ensure stable and smooth system operations.
Available for download or on CD
Users of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 7 for iSeries and pSeries receive the innovations through a password-protected Internet site or on CD within the scope of the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server maintenance service. New users, who now buy SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 7 for iSeries and pSeries including 12 months of system maintenance from a SUSE partner, automatically receive the Update CD.
About SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server presents professional Linux users an unprecedented full-service offer. In addition to the operating system basis, optimized for stability and security, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 7 offers all server services relevant on Linux. Release cycles of one year provide planning security. The system maintenance guarantees long-term investment security, since the certifications of leading hardware and software providers remain valid even after an update. Within the scope of its system maintenance, SUSE offers all relevant patches, fixes, and updates in a quality-assured and documented state, allowing companies to operate their IT infrastructure on the basis of a secure, powerful, and stable operating system from the outset.
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