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Mario Apicella

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SSG-NOW

HQ Phone:  (512) 345-3850

Email: m***@***.com

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SSG-NOW

8815 Mountain Path Circle

Austin, Texas, 78759

United States

Company Description

SSG-NOW is an industry analyst firm that offers written publications and analysis for IT users, business and technology leaders and venture capitalists. Information from SSG-NOW provides an overview of a technology market, opinion and commentary of the market,...more

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Mario Apicella, InfoWorld
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what you Need to know about Linux

"Although DB2 companies are traditional IBM customers centered on Big Iron, IBM's recent port of its enterprise database to Linux means that more cost-effective hardware options are now available," wrote Mario Apicella of the InfoWorld Test Center.


Canadian Healthcare Technology - Nov./Dec. 2001 issue

Author Mario Apicella, a senior test analyst for InfoWorld.com, predicts that such minute medical robots will need another 10 to 20 years of development.


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Mario Apicella, InfoWorld


what you Need to know about Linux

"Although DB2 companies are traditional IBM customers centered on Big Iron, IBM's recent port of its enterprise database to Linux means that more cost-effective hardware options are now available," wrote Mario Apicella of the InfoWorld Test Center.


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