IBM smokes Oracle for Windows 2000 certification 
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 IBM smokes Oracle for Windows 2000 certification

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IBM is the first database vendor certified on the Windows 2000 platform,
edging Oracle and Microsoft for the designation.

Certification means the IBM DB2 Universal Database has passed a
controlled, independently verified testing process to assure maximum use
of the Windows 2000 operating system.  Customers will benefit from a more
robust, self-repairing installation procedure, plus enhanced network
security and accessibility.

According to Gartner Group, using compliant Windows 2000 applications,
customers can increase the stability of their systems and lower their cost
of ownership.

Further proof of IBM's database leadership over its competitors include:

IBM continues to deliver industry leading technology on time or before
schedule, at typically a third the price of Oracle's database.

IBM, Intel and Microsoft recently announced the world's fastest server,
recording performance levels that triple the results of Oracle running on
a Sun Microsystems cluster, at one-third the price. IBM Netfinity and DB2
Universal Database, Intel Pentium III Xeon(TM) Processors, and Microsoft's
Windows 2000 Delivered 440,879 Transactions Per Minute.

DB2 Universal Database integrates breakthrough technologies not found in
Oracle's standard packages. These include integrated XML capabilities for
advanced business-to-business transactions, advanced search functionality
for high-speed text searches (as much as 10 times faster than traditional
databases), and the first implementation of the industry's new SQL
standard for improved development cycles by as much as 40 percent.

IBM now has more than 10,000 business partners and 6,500 applications
built on DB2. In the past year, leading application developers !X
including Siebel, SAP, i2, Ariba and PeopleSoft !X have chosen DB2 over
Oracle as their standard software development platform.

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Mon, 20 Jan 2003 03:00:00 GMT
 IBM smokes Oracle for Windows 2000 certification

Can't you post this information to comp.databases.marketing.ballyhoo?



Quote:
> http://www.ibm.com/news/2000/07/31.phtml

> IBM is the first database vendor certified on the Windows 2000 platform,
> edging Oracle and Microsoft for the designation.

> Certification means the IBM DB2 Universal Database has passed a
> controlled, independently verified testing process to assure maximum use
> of the Windows 2000 operating system.  Customers will benefit from a more
> robust, self-repairing installation procedure, plus enhanced network
> security and accessibility.

> According to Gartner Group, using compliant Windows 2000 applications,
> customers can increase the stability of their systems and lower their cost
> of ownership.

> Further proof of IBM's database leadership over its competitors include:

> IBM continues to deliver industry leading technology on time or before
> schedule, at typically a third the price of Oracle's database.

> IBM, Intel and Microsoft recently announced the world's fastest server,
> recording performance levels that triple the results of Oracle running on
> a Sun Microsystems cluster, at one-third the price. IBM Netfinity and DB2
> Universal Database, Intel Pentium III Xeon(TM) Processors, and Microsoft's
> Windows 2000 Delivered 440,879 Transactions Per Minute.

> DB2 Universal Database integrates breakthrough technologies not found in
> Oracle's standard packages. These include integrated XML capabilities for
> advanced business-to-business transactions, advanced search functionality
> for high-speed text searches (as much as 10 times faster than traditional
> databases), and the first implementation of the industry's new SQL
> standard for improved development cycles by as much as 40 percent.

> IBM now has more than 10,000 business partners and 6,500 applications
> built on DB2. In the past year, leading application developers !X
> including Siebel, SAP, i2, Ariba and PeopleSoft !X have chosen DB2 over
> Oracle as their standard software development platform.

> --
> http://www.asl.com.hk/employment.htm



Mon, 20 Jan 2003 03:00:00 GMT
 IBM smokes Oracle for Windows 2000 certification
My answer is:

If you elect me to be the President, I will
* increase your salary by 28.2 %
* cut your income tax by 37.1 %
* gasoline will be distributed free of charge
....

Norris schrieb:

Quote:
> http://www.ibm.com/news/2000/07/31.phtml

> IBM is the first database vendor certified on the Windows 2000 platform,
> edging Oracle and Microsoft for the designation.

> Certification means the IBM DB2 Universal Database has passed a
> controlled, independently verified testing process to assure maximum use
> of the Windows 2000 operating system.  Customers will benefit from a more
> robust, self-repairing installation procedure, plus enhanced network
> security and accessibility.

> According to Gartner Group, using compliant Windows 2000 applications,
> customers can increase the stability of their systems and lower their cost
> of ownership.

> Further proof of IBM's database leadership over its competitors include:

> IBM continues to deliver industry leading technology on time or before
> schedule, at typically a third the price of Oracle's database.

> IBM, Intel and Microsoft recently announced the world's fastest server,
> recording performance levels that triple the results of Oracle running on
> a Sun Microsystems cluster, at one-third the price. IBM Netfinity and DB2
> Universal Database, Intel Pentium III Xeon(TM) Processors, and Microsoft's
> Windows 2000 Delivered 440,879 Transactions Per Minute.

> DB2 Universal Database integrates breakthrough technologies not found in
> Oracle's standard packages. These include integrated XML capabilities for
> advanced business-to-business transactions, advanced search functionality
> for high-speed text searches (as much as 10 times faster than traditional
> databases), and the first implementation of the industry's new SQL
> standard for improved development cycles by as much as 40 percent.

> IBM now has more than 10,000 business partners and 6,500 applications
> built on DB2. In the past year, leading application developers !X
> including Siebel, SAP, i2, Ariba and PeopleSoft !X have chosen DB2 over
> Oracle as their standard software development platform.

> --
> http://www.asl.com.hk/employment.htm



Tue, 21 Jan 2003 03:00:00 GMT
 IBM smokes Oracle for Windows 2000 certification

Quote:

>> According to Gartner Group, using compliant Windows 2000 applications,
>> customers can increase the stability of their systems and lower their cost
>> of ownership.

I'm finding it hard to comprehend the concepts of using Windows
applications and increasing stability being linked in any way ;-)


Tue, 21 Jan 2003 03:00:00 GMT
 
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