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Information Week: SCO's downtime guarantee

Mar 21, 1999, 10:31 (7 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Martin J. Garvey)

"SCO's Building Block -- Unixware 7 DCE Prefigures 64-Bit Monterey, Has Downtime Guarantee"

"Monterey, the 64-bit Unix operating system being developed by IBM, Intel, and SCO, won't be available until Intel's 64-bit Merced processor ships next year. But last week, SCO unveiled UnixWare 7 Data Center Edition, a 32-bit operating system that the company says delivers the reliability, scalability, and serviceability that customers need for current high-end Intel servers, including upcoming eight-way Xeon systems."

"The operating system offers 36-bit memory addressing. It supports 32 Gbytes of memory and eight processors in a standard configuration, and can be upgraded to 64 Gbytes for users who license support for up to 32 CPUs."

"for companies committed to Intel, it's a good choice and a lot more scalable than Linux or Solaris [on Intel]."

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