Software lifecycle

WebSphere Voice Response for AIX 6.1.0 (and 4 others)

 

Announcement letter dates are US only. Information for other country announcements is available on the IBM Offering Information page.


 

WebSphere Voice Response for AIX

Version
6.1.0
PID
5724-I07
License type
IPLA

Lifecycle dates, announcement letters and other information

GA
30-Oct-2009, 209-272
Lifecycle policy
Enhanced

Last updated: 28-Sep-2009.


WebSphere Voice Response for AIX

Version
4.2.3
PID
5724-I07
License type
IPLA

Lifecycle dates, announcement letters and other information

GA
05-May-2006, 206-080
Lifecycle policy
Enhanced

Last updated: 24-Sep-2009.


WebSphere Voice Response for AIX

Version
4.2.2
PID
5724-I07
License type
IPLA

Lifecycle dates, announcement letters and other information

GA
10-Feb-2006, 206-009
Lifecycle policy
Enhanced

Last updated: 21-Apr-2008.


WebSphere Voice Response for AIX

Version
4.2.0
PID
5724-I07
License type
IPLA

Lifecycle dates, announcement letters and other information

GA
23-Jul-2004, 204-141
EOM
12-May-2006, 206-080
Lifecycle policy
Enhanced

Last updated: 21-Apr-2008.


WebSphere Voice Response for AIX

Version
3.1.x
PID
5724-C35
License type
IPLA

Lifecycle dates, announcement letters and other information

GA
05-Sep-2003, 202-223
EOM
28-Dec-2004, 204-141
EOS
30-Sep-2006, 206-074
Lifecycle policy
Standard
Exception
Yes

Last updated: 12-Jan-2007.

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Lifecycle date definitions

General Availability (GA)
The latest date that a version/release of the product is available to all users, regardless of language or media. A product version/release is not published on the Lifecycle web site until the GA date.
End of Support (EOS)
The last date on which IBM will deliver standard support services for a given version/release of a product.
End of Marketing (EOM)
The effective date on which a part number ceases to be included as active and can no longer be ordered in standard price lists.

Some announcement letters may not be available for some product releases.

Visit IBM's software support lifecycle policy page for more information.

Exception: Some IBM products may not adhere to the current published software support lifecycle policies and are flagged as exceptions. Visit the software support lifecycle policy page for more information.


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