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Posted Sep 16, 2004

Sybase and OS X in the Enterprise

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From MacNewsWorld]

While enterprise database software supporting the Macintosh platform does exist -- including offerings from Oracle and MySQL AB -- Sybase is the first to release a mature product in that class with a free license for production use. David Jacobson, a senior director at Sybase, told MacNewsWorld that the goal is to entice people to try ASE.

In the opening salvo of a competitive marketing campaign, Sybase (NYSE: SY) announced last Wednesday the release of an Express Edition of its flagship enterprise database product for the Linux community.

The article continues at http://www.macnewsworld.com/story/Sybase-and-OS-X-in-the-Enterprise-36689.html



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