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MEDIA ALERT: IBM and Red Hat Discuss Their E-Business Software Solutions for Linux
RalieghUnited States, November 28, 2000
IBM AND RED HAT DISCUSS THEIR E-BUSINESS SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS FOR LINUX
Red Hat and IBM product experts will be available to talk about what they are doing to provide cost effective ways to deploy commercial e-business software solutions on Red Hat Linux. In August of 2000, IBM Corporation (NYSE: IBM) and Red Hat, Inc. (NASDAQ: RHAT announced a global alliance to bundle all of IBM's Linux-enabled software into e-business solutions. In October of 2000, IBM, Lotus and Red Hat software offerings, bundled with support, became available to both IBM and Red Hat customers.
IBM provides the software infrastructure for Red Hat Linux solutions through products such as IBM DB2 Universal Database, IBM WebSphere Application Server, Lotus Domino and IBM's Small Business Pack for Linux. Visit the webcast today to hear what IBM and Red Hat can do for you. If you can't make it tomorrow, the webcast is available on demand beginning December 6, 2000.
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