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Enterprise Linux Today: Caldera Presents OpenLinux 64 Release 3.1 For Intel Itanium Systems

Oct 31, 2001, 12:04 (1 Talkback[s])
Caldera International, Inc., today announced the availability of OpenLinux 64 Release 3.1, a Linux system-based server and workstation product designed for 64-bit Intel Itanium processors. Utilizing 64-bit technology, OpenLinux 64 brings a new level of stability, scalability and robustness to the Linux platform.

"OpenLinux 64 on the Itanium processor represents a milestone in Caldera engineering," said Drew Spencer, CTO, Caldera. "It is the first of many Caldera products that will take advantage of Intel's next generation processor. Corporate developers, ISVs, VSPs, VARs, and early Itanium processor adopters using OpenLinux 64 will benefit from the vast amounts of memory and processing power Itanium supplies. In addition, OpenLinux 64 offers a powerful server and high-performance workstation for simple development and enhanced deployment of Linux applications."

"Intel Itanium processors deliver higher levels of performance, scalability and availability, enabling customers to increase their competitiveness worldwide," said Lisa Hambrick, director of Enterprise Processor Marketing, Intel. "With its support for Intel Itanium processors, Caldera OpenLinux 64 will also be able to deliver world-class service to its global customer and partner base."

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