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|Originally Published: Monday, 20 December 1999||Author: John Eastman|
|Published to: news_learn_support/Support News||Page: 1/1 - [Printable]|
Linuxcare and Informix Corporation unite to provide comprehensive technical support
Linuxcare, Inc., the premier vendor of Linux technical services to Global 1000 companies, today announced two strategic agreements with Informix Corporation, the technology leader in the software infrastructure for the i.Economy.
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Linuxcare, Inc., the premier vendor of Linux technical services to Global 1000 companies, today announced two strategic agreements with Informix Corporation, the technology leader in the software infrastructure for the i.Economy. With these agreements, Informix expands its commitment in the Open Source software environment by partnering with Linuxcare to deliver industry-leading, advanced technical support. Linuxcare will provide Informix software engineers with 24X7, Level 3 technical support services to address customers' most challenging support issues. Level 3 issues require in-depth knowledge of the Linux and Open Source software environment and may involve comprehensive source-code changes. In addition, a Cooperative Technical Support Agreement provides for close cooperation between the two companies and assures prompt and concise resolution to joint Linuxcare and Informix customers' questions and concerns.
"Informix is thrilled to partner with Linuxcare," said Janet Smith, Director, Linux Marketing and Business Development, at Informix. "Linuxcare provides the superior technical support for Linux that Informix customers require. Through these two agreements with Linuxcare, Informix software engineers and customers alike are assured resolution to their unique and complex Linux issues."
"We look forward to providing Informix customers with the comprehensive, breakthrough Linux support that only an innovative service vendor like Linuxcare is equipped to handle," said Fernand Sarrat, President and CEO of Linuxcare. "We are also delighted to embark on a new relationship with such a distinguished company and are excited to grow this partnership in the future."
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