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Enterprise Linux Today: HP and Samsung SDS Sign Licensing Agreement for OpenMail Software

Nov 16, 2001, 00:41 (3 Talkback[s])
"Hewlett-Packard Company and Samsung SDS have signed a licensing agreement allowing SDS to develop, enhance and sell messaging solutions built on HP's OpenMail e-mail server software.

SDS plans to develop products with new features providing existing OpenMail software users an ideal path for upgrades. The first release of SDS's messaging server will be compatible with OpenMail 7.0 and all its latest features while also adding new enhancements. The new server is expected to ship in the first half of 2002. A future version, also planned for 2002, will include telephone access to e-mail -- what is known as unified messaging.

Based on OpenMail software's highly reliable, secure and stable base, the new SDS messaging solution, Samsung Contact, will incorporate the latest technology developed both internally and by partners. SDS's goal is for the new solution to become the leading unified communication product on the market."

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