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|Originally Published: Tuesday, 10 August 1999||Author: Jeff Alami|
|Published to: Internal News/General Announcements||Page: 1/1 - [Std View]|
TurboLinux Pushes High-End Server Solutions
TurboLinux previews its new high availability clustering Web server this week.
"TurboLinux previews its new high availability clustering Web server this week at the Linux World Conference in San Jose, pushing the viability of high-end open-source solutions for e-commerce."
"The TurboCluster Server, which has been ported to the Alpha Processor, is a "breakthrough for Linux," stated Cliff Miller, CEO of TurboLinux. "More and more of our customers are looking to migrate their mission-critical e-commerce sites to Linux and clustering was a necessary requirement..."