Techweb: Sun-Netscape Makes Good On Linux PromisesFeb 01, 2000, 21:06 (1 Talkback[s])
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"The Sun-Netscape alliance is starting to make good on its Linux promises. The group, now called iPlanet E-Commerce Solutions, offers Red Hat Linux versions of its messaging, Web server, and enterprise software.
IPlanet, formerly the Sun-Netscape Alliance created in conjunction with America Online's acquisition of Netscape Communications, is home to products that meld part of the old Netscape Web software and some of Sun's software offerings."
"Both iPlanet and Red Hat, Research Triangle Park, N.C., are demonstrating the software in their booths this week at LinuxWorld in New York.
The alliance already offered versions of its directory server and delegated administrator server for Red Hat Linux."
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