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Sapient Selects IBM Linux-Based Hardware and Software for Java Scalability Lab
Sapient Selects IBM Linux-Based Hardware and Software for Java Scalability Lab

(August 23, 2002) - Sapient, a leading business and technology consultancy, today announced that IBM is the new sponsor of Sapient's Enterprise Java Scalability Lab. The lab will utilize IBM Linux-based hardware and software to demonstrate best practices for designing, building, and deploying high-performance J2EE applications that maximize the business value of Sapient's advanced technology solutions.

Sapient will use IBM's WebSphere software, DB2 database software, and eServer xSeries systems to showcase enterprise-ready solutions for the financial services, insurance, automotive, and travel industries. The IBM hardware and software in the lab will support Sapient's design and delivery of a wide range of Linux-based solutions that are cost-effective, reliable, scalable, and flexible.

Established in 2000, the lab is managed by Sapient's Advanced Technology team. Previously, the lab was sponsored by Sun Microsystems and used Oracle and BEA products.

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