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The IBM Client/Server Computing Unit maintains a web page at
http://www.csc.ibm.com dedicated to information related to client/server
computing.  It addresses both business and technical issues.
The business side includes a Consultant's Corner where there are articles
from industry experts.  The technical side includes a web demo of
IBM's Client/Server Advisor System and many client/server success
stories from around the world.  There is also a Client/Server Spotlight
section that contains a C/S Newsletter and information on other C/S
resources.  Suggestions on additional content are welcome.

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Sequent Computer Systems, Inc.  is a leading architect and provider of
open client/server solutions for enterprise business computing. With
an installed base of nearly 8,000 systems, Sequent leads all other
vendors of high-end UNIX systems supporting very large-scale on-line
transaction processing (OLTP), decision support (DSS)/data warehousing
and Internet-based applications. Sequent's project-oriented offerings
include consulting, educational and professional services geared to
help organizations re-architect their existing information technology
infrastructures.  Sequent successfully commercialized symmetric
multiprocessing (SMP), and today, architects enterprise-class computing
environments based on open systems.  Symmetry servers incorporate up to
30 industry-standard processors to provide superior price/performance and
scalability for on-line transaction processing (OLTP), data warehouses
and the application of internet technologies to business communications
(including intranets).  NUMA-Q systems, Sequent's next-generation, will
scale to more than 250 processors and manage 100 terabytes of data.
Call (530) 626-5700, or browse our website at http://www.sequent.com/.

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