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IBM introduces new Linux offerings.

TELECOMWORLDWIRE-24 January 2003-IBM introduces new Linux offerings(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD

IBM has announced the launch of a range of new offerings which will help expand the use of Linux across e-business infrastructures.

The new offerings are designed to meet the needs of multiple industries and make it easier to integrate everything from access devices to servers with hardware, software and services on the open source operating system.

Linux client support will be provided by IBM for its Lotus iNotes Web Access software, enabling users to access Lotus Notes-based functions by logging onto the Internet.

In addition, IBM has introduced a new reference platform that makes it easier to create Linux-based smartphones and PDAs; Tivoli systems management software for Linux; integrated software and services for its mainframe Linux support; and performance improvements for Intel processor-based Linux servers running Linux.

Financial details were not released.

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