Sybase will cut prices on the Windows NT version of its SQL Server 11 database on Monday at the same time as it starts shipping its new SQL Server Professional for NT.
The company is slashing #200 off the price of a server licence, reducing it to #700, but the Professional version will stay in the #900 price bracket. Per user pricing also stays at #195.
SQL Server Professional is targeted at the Internet/Intranet user and includes such additional functionality as SQL Central for centralised systems management and the storage of HTML pages and database schemas, plus Net.impact Dynamo, which integrates third party data sources used on the Web.
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