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GLASTONBURY, Conn. – Open Solutions Inc. is now supporting the flagship of the open-source movement, the Linux processing system, in its integrated data processing services. The company said it has completed live trials and now can run its The Complete Credit Union Solution relational database system on Windows, UNIX or Linux platforms in-house or as an ASP through its Technology Outsourcing Center. “Offering Linux as an option further supports our belief that the client should control the technology, rather than the technology controlling the client.” said Louis Hernandez Jr., OSI’s chairman and CEO.

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