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Posted Jun 2, 2004

ANTs Data Server Extends Support to 10 Industry-Standard Platforms

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From ANTs Software]

BURLINGAME, CA, June 2, 2004 - ANTs software, inc. (OTCBB:ANTS), a developer of high-performance SQL database management systems, announced support for six new platforms. The company's flagship ANTs® Data Server (ADS) product now supports Microsoft Windows 2003 and XP; Sun Microsystems' Solaris 10; Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 and Fedora Core 2; and Novell's SUSE LINUX.

The new capabilities more than double the number of platforms supported by the ANTs Data Server, providing potential customers with dramatic performance improvements for their update-intensive applications on the most widely used industry-standard hardware.

The article continues at http://www.antssoftware.com/press_releases/pr_6_2_04.htm

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