ComputerWorld: Dell, Oracle show unbreakable Linux
Monday July 29 2002 @ 12:36PM EDT

Dell and Oracle teamed up in Auckland last week to demonstrate what they are calling unbreakable Linux.

That's an extension of the Oracle "unbreakable" sales pitch for its database products: this time Dell and Red Hat were part of the act, the aim of which was show the "enterprise-readiness" of the hardware-software combination.

The demonstration was revealing of Dell's ascension from the desktop to the server room. The PowerEdge machine on show featured a two-node cluster loaded with memory and storage capacity with a price tag to match – about $US250,000.

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