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Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise Voted Best Linux Database for Third Consecutive Year

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NEW YORK, June 26 PRNewswire-FirstCall — Enterprise Open Source Conference — Sybase, Inc. (NYSE: SY), a leading provider of enterprise infrastructure and mobile software, today announced that Sybase(R) Adaptive Server(R) Enterprise (ASE), the company’s enterprise-class relational database system, won Enterprise Open Source Magazine’s Readers’ Choice Award for the third year running. Sybase ASE was voted “Best Linux Database” by members of the open source community. The winners of the Readers’ Choice Awards were revealed today by SYS-CON, the parent publishing company for Enterprise Open Source Magazine, at the second annual Enterprise Open Source Conference in New York, NY, where Sybase is a silver sponsor. This year the Enterprise Open Source Conference has been co-located with the SOA World Conference & Expo 2007.

“Sybase’s ASE database offering continually impresses our readers, as evidenced by sweeping the ‘Best Linux Database’ category since its inception,” said Roger Strukhoff, group publisher, editorial director & online editor, Enterprise Open Source Magazine. “The company continues to be recognized for its innovative technology.”

“Sybase is honored that ASE is recognized by the open source community as a leading solution for Linux data management,” said

Brian Vink, VP product marketing, Sybase. “This award further reflects Sybase leadership in offering a comprehensive set of data management solutions on Linux, including mission critical enterprise systems, data analytics and mobile and embedded solutions, demonstrating that our commitment of enabling the Unwired Enterprise has resonated with real world users.”Read more: Digital50


Written by syazli7

Wed, 27 Jun 2007 at 12:00:28 +0800

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