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Short Take: IBM boosts server packages

IBM has begun offering configurations of its RS/6000 line of Unix servers in combination with certain software packages tested to work together without problems. The products, called the "Solution Series," is designed to cut the time customers need to take to offer electronic business services. Initial software will include IBM's WebSphere Application Server and Lotus Domino R5, but other software is on the way, IBM said.

IBM has begun offering configurations of its RS/6000 line of Unix servers in combination with certain software packages tested to work together without problems. The products, called the "Solution Series," is designed to cut the time customers need to take to offer electronic business services. Initial software will include IBM's WebSphere Application Server and Lotus Domino R5, but other software is on the way, IBM said.