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CHRISTOPHER ARNOLD NAMED GENERAL MANAGER OF IBM'S SANTA TERESA LAB

 SAN JOSE, Calif., Aug. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Christopher B. Arnold was named general manager of IBM's Santa Teresa Laboratory today, replacing Steven A. Mills, who is leaving to become general manager of IBM's Programming Systems line of business.
 Arnold was director of enterprise data solutions for Programming Systems. He will be succeeded by Donald J. Haderle, who is an IBM Fellow and was director of strategy and technical planning for database management.
 Arnold joined IBM in 1965. His technical background has been primarily in operating systems development. As director of enterprise data solutions, he was responsible for strategies and products developed not only at Santa Teresa Laboratory but also at Toronto; Rochester, Minn.; Boeblingen, Germany; and Dublin, Ireland, and by IBM business partners.
 Before assuming that position in 1991, he had been responsible for leading IBM's plan definition for Systems Application Architecture.
 Haderle, who joined IBM in 1968, is well-known as one of the founding architects of IBM's relational database product, DATABASE 2 (DB2), and has been its chief architect since the early 1980s. He has been instrumental in the architecture and technology development of IBM's workstation relational database manager, DB2/2, and has been responsible for establishing the strategy and direction for all database management within IBM.
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 /CONTACT: Andy Kendzie of IBM, 408-463-4591/


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