"In releasing its own Linux flavor, SCO has gone with what it
knows: an Intel-based, Unix-like operating system. And with the
proliferation of Linux as a server operating system, SCO's
transformation into a Linux company appears to be a good move.
According to IDC, SCO currently ships more Unix than anyone else.
However, the research firm also predicts that combined Linux
shipments will surpass combined Unix shipments worldwide by next
"While full details about SCO's version of Linux are not
available, it has been reported that the distribution will be come
with advances in clustering and symmetric multiprocessing, as well
as improvements in security and remote server management."
"According to SCO, the new distribution will be available in the
fall. The company plans to offer both 32- and 64-bit versions of
Linux, in anticipation of Intel's 64-bit Itanium processor, also
due out in the fourth quarter."
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