Asset Control moves to Linux

Asset Control moves to Linux

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."

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