eWeek: Oracle Bets $150M on Unbreakable Linux
Posted by Kenneth Farmer (Thursday April 03 2003 @ 03:40PM EST) [ ]
Oracle Corp. plans to spend some $150 million this year on a new initiative designed to greatly increase the number of applications available to customers on the Unbreakable Linux platform.

This latest initiative follows the announcement last June of the Unbreakable Linux campaign, in which the Redwood Shores, Calif., company committed to deliver an enterprise operating environment by providing all of its products on Linux and giving full front-line technical support.

Oracle on Wednesday will announce the new initiative, aimed at Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), which will see Oracle provide technical and financial incentives for the development, marketing and sale of ISV applications on Unbreakable Linux.

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