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Data General, Veritas to Distribute Cluster Servers

Data General, a division of EMC Corp., and Veritas Software Corp. announced an expansion to their alliance, in which Data General will bundle a full-feature version of Veritas ClusterX for Microsoft Cluster Server (MSCS) with its Cluster-in-a Box. As part of the expanded partnership, Data General will also resell Veritas ClusterX for NLB.

Data General's Cluster-in-a-Box solution combines several components, including Microsoft Windows NT Server, Enterprise Edition, or Windows 2000 Advanced Server with MSCS; DG/ManageSuite systems management software; ManageX Event Manager, for controlling and monitoring workstations, servers, and applications; Win/Alert fault management software; application transparent failover (ATF) software for continuous access to information stored on EMC Clariion systems; and Navisphere storage management software.

Veritas ClusterX for MSCS is a clustering solution for Windows NT and 2000 server clusters. ClusterX supports multiple applications in MSCS clustered environments and is part of the Veritas Exchange Initiative.

Contact Data General, www.dg.com.
Contact Veritas, (650) 335-8000,
www.veritas.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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