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IBM System x and BladeCenter servers running Asianux, a leading Linux distribution in Asia Pacific countries, provides a compelling choice of an open IT platform for users in China, Japan, Korea, Thailand and Vietnam. ServerProven on select System x and BladeCenter servers, the Asianux Server provides users with enhanced compatibility, security and easy-to-use features along with high reliability. Customers interested in deploying Asianux Server should contact Asianux for procurement and software support.

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Pat Massey Byers Within IBM's System x server organization, Pat focuses on Linux, where she is responsible for business development, marketing, relationships with major Linux companies including Red Hat, SUSE and Canonical (Ubuntu) and manages IBM System x's Linux operating system product portfolios.

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