Asset Control moves to Linux
28 May 2003 | 3871 views | 0
Asset Control of the Netherlands has ported its AC Server 5.1 data management system to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system with the Oracle 9i RDBMS.
The Linux-based architecture has been made available in addition to the Sun Solaris platform traditionally offered by Asset Control.
Ger Rosenkamp, CEO of Asset Control, comments: "We have been using Linux for three years on internal systems and demonstration versions of Asset Control. Now that multi-processor computing is available for Intel-based servers, we are developing our outsourced service ACDEX on a combined Linux/Unix architecture, and we are making AC Plus available on Linux architectures to meet increasing demand."