May 30, 2001

WhiteCross moves data reporting and analysis to Linux

Author: JT Smith

From PR Newswire: WhiteCross
Systems, a leading service provider of reporting and analytical solutions,
today announced its move to Linux as its Operating System (OS), replacing
LynxOS. Now WhiteCross is able to see the OS source code and potentially
modify it to enhance performance when and where required.
There are a vast number of people carrying out development applications
for Linux, so WhiteCross benefits in receiving excellent support, minimal cost
and quality development openly available. The Linux platform also supports
more RAM per rack so that WhiteCross can provide more capacity for new and
existing customer's data analysis.
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