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PRNewswire: SCO Readies Tarantella for Monterey/64 and 64-Bit Linux

Feb 15, 2000, 17:40 (0 Talkback[s])

"SCO announced that it is readying its award-winning Tarantella web-enabling software for the Monterey/64 and 64-bit Linux platforms utilizing an Intel(R) Itanium(TM) processor-based server prototype. Users of these forthcoming operating system platforms will benefit from the remote administration capabilities provided by Tarantella, and provide users with secure, web-based access to Windows, mainframe, Linux and UNIX applications...."

"SCO is pleased to offer a product like Tarantella for significant 64-bit platforms like Monterey/64 and 64-bit Linux," said Peter Bondar, vice president of Tarantella marketing at SCO. "Tarantella is a killer application for ASPs that will web-enable their application suites for the Itanium-processor based server market. ASPs will benefit from the enhanced performance of the new Itanium, as well as the scalability that Tarantella offers."

"SCO will ship the Tarantella product line concurrent with system availability of the Itanium processor-based servers and workstations."

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