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Posted May 10, 2007

EnterpriseDB Joins Red Hat Exchange as Founding Member

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From EnterpriseDB]

SAN DIEGO, RED HAT SUMMIT, May 10, 2007 – EnterpriseDB announced today at the Red Hat Summit that the company has joined Red Hat Exchange (RHX) as a founding member and that the company’s flagship product, EnterpriseDB Advanced Server, is available immediately via RHX. RHX, launched today, is a single source for research, purchase, online fulfillment, and support of pre-integrated, open source-based business software stacks. EnterpriseDB Advanced Server is available via RHX bundled with the Red Hat Application Stack. As part of the program, the EnterpriseDB bundle will be distributed by Red Hat’s value-added distributors (VADs), systems integrators (SIs), and value-added resellers (VARs). Customers purchasing the EnterpriseDB bundle via RHX will receive technical support from Red Hat under a standardized Red Hat subscription agreement that covers all software available on RHX. The EnterpriseDB bundle is available on RHX at https://rhx.redhat.com/rhx/catalog/productdetail.jspa?productId=1003.

The article continues at http://www.enterprisedb.com/news_events/press_releases/05_10_07.do

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