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November 3, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

OpenVision Technologies Inc, Pleasanton, California, has launched the latest version of its OpenV*High Availability 2.0 failover clustering software for Sun Microsystems Inc hardware. Instead of requiring a back-up server for each server in an application that cannot be allowed to fail, the software enables one server to back up several at once. Release 2.0 supports asymmetric and symmetric configurations, Point-to-Point Protocol and multiple server fail-over. The product starts shipping next month and will cost from $10,000 upwards.

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