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Posted Jun 19, 2003

Borland� InterBase� 7.1 Broadens Support for Microsoft� .NET Framework

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Borland Software Corp.]

SCOTTS VALLEY, Calif. - June 17, 2003 : Borland Software Corporation (Nasdaq NM: BORL) today introduced Borland® InterBase® 7.1, a high-performance, cross-platform embeddable database with support for Microsoft® Windows Server 2003. This latest Borland database offering underscores the company's commitment to support development for the Microsoft® .NET Framework and provide enterprises with freedom of choice throughout the entire application lifecycle, from design through deployment.

The InterBase 7.1 database enables easy installation and maintenance. It provides automatic crash recovery and is well suited for embedding within distributed applications. InterBase also provides multiprocessor support and a sophisticated architecture, making it a great choice for high-powered, business-critical applications with multiple users. InterBase supports the Windows®,: Linux® and Solaris® platforms, as well as such development environments as Borland Delphi™, Borland Kylix™, Microsoft Visual Studio® and others.

The article continues at http://borland.com/news/press_releases/2003/
06_17_03_borland_interbase71_broadens_support.html



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