The modular approach to computing underlies the major IT evolution that is currently taking place. And although the evolution itself has been called many things - grid, utility, adaptive enterprise, on demand - its main impetus is to enhance interoperability and to help the IT industry deliver better products at reduced costs, said Guy Cross, director, Business Development, Oracle Asia Pacific Linux Business Unit.
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