VNUNet: Linux fires off its latest howitzerJan 29, 1999, 12:28 (4 Talkback[s])
"New release looks set to put some fizz into the market."
"This is the release that many industry analysts believe will launch Linux as a viable commercial server operating system."
"Rob Hailstone, senior analyst at Bloor Research, said symmetric multi-processing support is an important feature..."
"Peter Walker, worldwide director of marketing strategy for Santa Cruz Operation (SCO)... said that... Monterey would enable developers to run Linux applications on a commercially stable operating system..."
"SCO's 64-bit Unix, known as Project Monterey, is the result of a collaboration between IBM, SCO and Sequent, to combine the best of AIX, Unixware and Sequent's Dynix Ptx.