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Linux to Run Wall Street Systems' Treasury Engine

Wall Street System’s treasury engine is to be made available on the Linux operating system from September 2003. The firm is responding to the growing market demand for reducing the total cost of ownership for enterprise systems. ‘Linux is a key technological development, and our decision to deliver The Wall Street System treasury engine on Linux underscores our commitment to providing solutions that customers demand as technology changes,’ said Mark Tirschwell, Chief Technology Officer, Wall Street Systems. The Wall Street System treasury engine already runs on HP (both Unix and VMS) and Sun systems.

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