"Caldera Systems Inc., (Nasdaq: CALD) Monday announced that they
are collaborating with Intel and Bull to bring Intel's Common Data
Security Architecture (CDSA) to Linux."
"The development includes a 32-bit version of the software
and a 64-bit version that will be tuned for the upcoming Itanium
processor family. Caldera will include the 32-bit version of CDSA
in their next version of OpenLinux -- scheduled for release
fourthquarter of 2000. The Linux for business leader will be
first to integrate CDSA in a Linux business solution."
"CDSA, developed by Intel, is a leading security framework for
the development of security-enabled applications that are
interoperable, extensible and offer cross-platform support.
Established as an industry specification by The Open Group, CDSA
has recently been open sourced by Intel."
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