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IBM and Novell go after SMBs

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IBM and Novell are teaming up to sell middleware to Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs).

The WebSphere Application Server Community Edition WAS CE is based on Apache Geronimo web server, DB2 Express-C and IBM eServers, blades or storage.

Called Integrated Stack for Linux the product will make it easier for customers to integrate Linux servers into Windows environments. The bundles will be sold initially through Avnet.

Another version is available for customers just wanting a file and print server.

More details from IBM here.®

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