LinuxPR: Update: TradeServer available for Solaris, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, SCO UnixWare7 and Linux
Aug 25, 2000, 19:36 (0 Talkback[s])
Desktop-as-a-Service Designed for Any Cloud ? Nutanix Frame
"Today the TradeClient Project and Bynari Inc. announced releases of
TradeServer for several platforms including FreeBSD and OpenBSD.
Releases for commercial Unices such as Sun Microsystem's Solaris
and SCO's UnixWare 7 were announced. Similar binaries for TradeClient
have also become available. The TradeServer and TradeClient
binaries are 100% interoperable."
"Bynari Inc. also announced it's reseller program opened today.
The program includes unique plans for distributors, VARs, ASPs, and
consulting firms. Each program provides pricing structures,
certification programs, on-line training and support. An
application for signing up can be found at Bynari's web site ."
"Team Bynari and the TradeClient project feel they can win a
market share of the messaging and collaboration base by offering a
total RFC compliant solution that works with Microsoft Outlook. The
move to additional server platforms seeks to leverage the strenths
of long-time Commercial Unices' reputation in the market. For
example, Bynari sees TradeServer running on an Ultra Sparc platfrom
and providing services to Outlook users as well as Linux and Unix
desktops as a no-brainer for enterprises stuck with Exchange."