Asset Control Now Available on Linux Platform

Asset Control Customers Now Offered Both Sun Solaris
And Linux Options for Investment Data Management

Beetsterzwaag, Netherlands, May 27, 2003 - Asset Control, a leading provider of investment data integration solutions to the financial industry, today announced that the AC Server 5.1 has been successfully ported to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS operating system with the Oracle 9i relational database management system. Asset Control customers now have the option of a Linux-based architecture for all or part of their data management platform, in addition to the Sun Solaris architecture traditionally offered by Asset Control.

“At Asset Control, we are committed to providing our customers with system architecture options that match their project requirements and budgets,” said Ger Rosenkamp, CEO of Asset Control. “We have been using Linux for three years on internal systems and demonstration versions of Asset Control. Now that multi-processor computing is available for Intel-based servers, we are developing our outsourced service ACDEX on a combined Linux/Unix architecture, and we are making AC Plus available on Linux architectures to meet increasing demand.”

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