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Reuters Partners With Novell

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Reuters and Novell today announced an alliance in support of Reuters Market Data System on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server from Novell for financial institutions worldwide. Novell and Reuters have been working together to extend the performance and support benefits of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server to RMDS customers.

The move will allow Reuters clients to take the market standard data platform RMDS and run it on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, which is becoming increasingly popular within the financial services industry. In addition, Reuters has joined Novell's PartnerNet(R) program and has certified RMDS on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server to help ensure the future success of joint financial services customers.

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