Gateway has announced a deal in which it is to offer and support the SuSE Linux operating system across its line of enterprise-class servers.
The deal is aimed at offering Gateway cutomers a single point of purchase, support and maintenance for the SuSE Linux Standard Server 8 and SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 8 operating systems.
The firms are positioning Enterprise Server 8 as an operating system for education, government and large enterprises running Gateway's 955, 975, and 995 rack-mount servers, and Gateway 960 and 980 tower servers in high-performance computing, high availability and failover and large database deployments.
At the lower end, SuSE Linux Standard Server 8 is to be used for the edge of networks inside businesses, and is offered with Gateway's 920, 955, 960, 975 and 980 servers for file and print, web serving, mail, cache and firewall deployments.
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