Posted by shellie, Friday June 27 2003 @ 05:42PM EDT
You can get all the Webledon Tennis Championship real-time scores with the IBM Real-Time Scoreboard, a standalone application that pushes point-by-point scoring information to tennis fans. Live scores are delivered directly to the users' desktop scoreboards as the scores change - every point, every match. It's a popular application: Tennis fans downloaded over 4.2 million IBM Real-Time Scoreboards in 2002. The Linux-based DB2 scoring database acts as a staging area that forms a critical link, a central data hub, in the information supply chain. Go here to get your free Scoreboard and find out more about the technical aspects of the Linux based application.
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