WebSphere moves to Linux on Power4

The newest version of IBM's WebSphere Application Server will be the first to run under the open-source Linux operating system on IBM's Power4 processors.

The application integration server, a platform for electronic-government transactions, will work on the company's high-end pSeries and midrange iSeries eServers.

WebSphere previously ran either under Linux or on Power4 servers, but not both, IBM Corp. spokeswoman Laurie Friedman said.

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