"Like SCO, Tarantella, which stores applications on a server and
delivers them to any client with a Java-enabled browser, has been
around for years. But Enterprise II, which is priced at $4,925 for
a 25-user edition, marks the first time Tarantella will support
Windows-based applications in addition to its traditional support
for Unix and mainframe applications...."
"SCO will continue to develop UnixWare and co-develop with IBM
Project Monterey, a 64-bit Unix...."
"De-emphasizing UnixWare may be in SCO's interest. Observers
have seen an erosion of market share for UnixWare and other Unix
variants. But SCO will face a challenge maintaining its
UnixWare revenues and support while adding a Linux support
business, which SCO announced in the fall, and ramping up
"I think they understand where the market is going, which is
away from commodity operating systems," Beerman said."
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