VNU Net: Samsung and CA to jazz up Monterey
Aug 19, 1999, 17:31 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Samsung becomes the ninth manufacturer to sign on for Monterey,
having previously supported SCO's Unixware operating system.
Computer Associates said it will port its Unicenter TNG systems
management framework to Monterey, while IBM is talking to other
software suppliers, including Oracle and Siebel, to port their
applications to the OS."
"The potential of Intel's debut 64-bit chip Merced will become
clearer by the end of August. Intel chief executive Andy Grove told
Linux World last week that the firm would have 'silicon within a
few weeks'. "