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[News] IBM Scoops us Company That Transitions Servers to GNU/Linux

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IBM gets into server transit business

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| IBM uses Transitive's technology in its PowerVM Lx86 - previously System P 
| Application Virtual Environment or PAVE - product which enables Linux X86 
| workloads to run on PowerPC hardware. The technology could be used to let 
| mainframe Linux apps run on PowerPC too.   


IBM Announces Plans to Acquire Transitive

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| Transitive is a leader in cross-platform virtualization and a pioneer in 
| developing technologies that allow applications written for one type of 
| microprocessor and operating system to run on multiple platforms -- with 
| little or no modification. As a result, the technology will enable customers 
| to consolidate their Linux-based applications onto the IBM systems that make 
| the most sense for their business needs.     


Teaching Everyone to Speak Big Blue

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| With Transitive’s technology, it would be very easy for I.B.M. to step up 
| existing efforts to lure H.P. and Sun customers to its own servers. And if 
| those other translation programs languished in I.B.M.’s vault, well, no one 
| at Big Blue would shed any tears.   


Transitive is right here in Manchester.


Code dandy Transitive adds laptop, legacy Solaris/SPARC plays

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| These days, Transitive leads with its Quick Transit Server product, which 
| brings applications written for Solaris/SPARC systems over to Linux on x86 
| gear.  


Transitive Rejiggers Emulation Software, Adds Partners

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| Transitive is not going to talk about how much dough it is raking in. 
| Incidentally, the product for moving applications to Itanium-Linux machines 
| is just starting to ship this week.   


Transitive Ships Version 1.2 of QuickTransit for Solaris/SPARC-to-Linux/x86-64

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| Transitive, which established a partnership with Red Hat, Inc., in 2006 
| and is a member of the Red Hat ISV Partner Program, also announced that
| this new version of its QuickTransit software is now certified to run 
| on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 operating system.

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