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MySQL AB Announces New Pricing for MySQL Training in Australia and Asia Pacific

  • 14 November, 2003 12:19

<p>MySQL AB, developer of the world's most popular open source database, today announced its new pricing for MySQL training in Australia and Asia Pacific. With this change MySQL AB addresses customer concerns about the traditional coupling with the euro and U.S. dollar and the consequential relatively high prices in Australia.</p>
<p>"The new pricing is focused squarely on the needs of regional businesses," notes Gerardo Narvaja, MySQL AB account executive for the Australia/Pacific region. "The excellent relationship we have with our training facilities provider Clifton &amp; Associates allowed us to create this improved offer for our Australian customers. We see a growing interest in training and certification for MySQL in this region, and naturally we endeavour to support this development by removing any possible barriers."</p>
<p>MySQL AB currently has training courses scheduled in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney, priced at A$2,995 for a full five day course. For more information on MySQL training &amp; certification, see or contact</p>
<p>About MySQL AB</p>
<p>MySQL AB develops, markets and supports the MySQL(R) database server, the world's most popular open source database. With an estimated 4 million installations and over 35,000 downloads per day, MySQL is quickly becoming the core of many high-volume, business-critical applications. Major corporations such as Yahoo!, Lucent Technologies, Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment, Motorola, NASA, HP and Xerox rely on the ultra-fast, highly reliable MySQL database. MySQL is available under the free software/open source GNU General Public License (GPL) or a non-GPL commercial license. For more information about MySQL, please go to</p>
<p>MySQL is a registered trademark of MySQL AB in the U.S. and in other countries. Other products mentioned are the trademarks of their respective corporations.</p>

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