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SuSE Releases Linux Enterprise Server for Intel Itanium
SuSE Linux has released SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 7 for Intel Itanium, a new Linux server offering that combines high scalability and extreme fail-safety, designed for use running mission-critical applications.
SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 7 for Itanium provides all server services relevant under Linux. Deploying SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 7 for IPF, IT decision-makers benefit from tested quality and the validation/certification for leading enterprise applications by their manufacturers.SuSE Linux has released SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 7 for Intel Itanium, a new Linux server offering that combines high scalability and extreme fail-safety, designed for use running mission-critical applications.
The development of SuSE Linux Itanium was done in collaboration with Intel engineers, who provided the latest prototypes and hardware specifications. Registered users are guaranteed system maintenance of at least 24 months and one year of maintenance and maintenance support via the SuSE Maintenance Web. Additionally, SuSE offers its customers free quarterly update CDs containing all important improvements and assistance for the installation of the patches, fixes, and updates.
Tools of interest to enterprise buyers include the Logical Volume Manager, the journaling file system ReiserFS, and Large File System Support. SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 7 for Itanium is based on kernel 2.4.7 and the program library glibc 2.2.4.
The product price includes 30 days of installation support and system maintenance for 12 months. Pricing begins at $1,000 for a single-CPU server and scales up to $1,950 for four CPUs.