IBM Seeks Feeback on DB2 for Mac OS X

October 4, 2002

[From Macworld UK]

IBM is seeking feedback from the Mac community about whether it should port its DB2 relational database software to Mac OS X.

The company has launched a survey into the feasibility of the move, which reads: "If you, or your clients, use or develop on Mac OS X we want to hear from you, as IBM is investigating the possibility of porting DB2 to Mac OS X."

IBM goes on to state: "This survey is being conducted for marketing purposes only and in no way indicates an intention to support or not to support OS X."

If the company does introduce support for OS X, it will herald the wider acceptance of Macs in business and corporate networks.

The complete article is available at http://www.macworld.co.uk/news/main_news.cfm?NewsID=5360.


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