SAP and Intel partner at CeBIT to showcase pre-installed business software on Linux Xeon servers

SAP and Intel are using this week's CeBIT to showcase pre-installed business software systems for midsize companies on optimised quad core Xeon-based servers.

SAP and Intel are using this week's CeBIT to showcase pre-installed business software systems for midsize companies on optimised quad core Xeon-based servers.

The SAP Business All-in-One system is being demonstrated on Linux-driven Xeon modular servers at the show.

The servers are equipped with Suse Linux Enterprise from Novell and the SAP MaxDB database.

The offering targets midsize companies in the manufacturing, service and trade industries, and directly addresses the demands in these market segments for quick and easy implementation, and tailored scalable systems at predictable costs, said SAP and Intel.




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