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READY-TO-RUN DEBUTS FRONTPAGE EXTENSIONS FOR IBM ESERVERS.

Under a recent agreement signed with IBM, Ready-to-Run Software (RTR), Chelmsford, Mass., has introduced the latest Microsoft(R) FrontPage(TM) Server Extensions for the IBM eServer products with SuSE(R) Linux(R). IBM, a global leader in information technology, added support for the widely distributed web-publishing application as part of its continuing Linux initiative and in recognition of the broad needs of its eServer customers.

Ready-to-Run Software, under a separate contract with Microsoft Corp., provides ongoing engineering, maintenance and related support services for the Microsoft FrontPage Server Extensions within non-Windows configurations.

Jeff Moskow, CEO of RTR, stated: "IBM came to us out of a desire to meet the needs of their customers. With Linux continuing to grow across the entire eServer product line, IBM also wanted to insure that the server extensions would properly execute on the zSeries, pSeries and iSeries platforms and that their customers would be supported. As the sole provider of the Unix & Linux versions of the FrontPage Server Extensions since Microsoft first shipped FrontPage, RTR is pleased to support IBM in this endeavor and to announce that the extensions for SuSE Linux on IBM eServer have been released for general availability."

Contact RTR directly for more information, or visit the company website (http://www.rtr.com/) for download instructions.

About Ready-to-Run Software

Ready-to-Run Software is the industry leader in cross-platform and software porting services helping companies migrate and support their solutions across various platforms, operating systems, architectures and technologies. Operating since 1991, RTR clients include companies such as IBM Corporation, Microsoft, 3M Corporation, Sun Microsystems, America Online, Agilent, Eli Lilly and Company, and TRW-Northrup Grumman.

For more information, call 978/251-5400 or visit http://www.rtr.com.
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