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Caldera Releases OpenLinux 3.1.1

Jan 30, 2002, 15:14 (7 Talkback[s])
OREM, Utah-Jan. 30, 2002- Caldera International, Inc.
(Nasdaq: CALD) today announced the immediate availability
of Caldera OpenLinux Workstation 3.1.1 and Caldera
OpenLinux Server 3.1.1.

These versions of OpenLinux Workstation and OpenLinux
Server feature several technical enhancements and capture
the best tools for Linux software development and
deployment. In addition to these technical updates, each
release features localization in English, German,
Japanese, Korean, Chinese Traditional and Chinese
Simplified languages. The Caldera OpenLinux product line
is a foundation platform for the expanding Caldera
Volution product family, which includes Caldera Volution
Manager, Volution Online and the recently released
Volution Messaging Server, as well as for the future
delivery and support of Web services products.

"Caldera has always led the way in providing stable,
reliable, tested solutions for our key markets, and this
release of OpenLinux 3.1.1 follows that same course," said
Ransom Love, CEO and president, Caldera
International.  "Regardless of whether you're a small-to
medium sized business, a corporate developer or a
reseller, Caldera OpenLinux 3.1.1 will deliver impressive,
capable and powerful choices.  This release reinforces our
position as the international Linux leader."

Product enhancements in this release include:
- Linux 2.4.13 kernel
- Linux Internationalization (Li18nux) certified
- KDE 2.2.1
- Successful participation in the LSB Certification Pilot,
with commitment to LSB certification
- Support for Caldera Volution Messaging Server and
Caldera Volution Manager 1.1. 
- Samba version 2.2.2 (OpenLinux Server only)

"Fujitsu welcomes the launch of Caldera's OpenLinux Server
3.1.1," said Akira Ozora, general manager, Linux Division,
Software Group, Fujitsu Limited.  "OpenLinux, a
distribution specifically designed for enterprises,
provides easy operation and high reliability.  With the
latest 2.4-based Linux kernel and certification of LSB,
Li18nux, OpenLinux will be able to provide a wider range
of solutions than ever before.  Fujitsu and Caldera will
continue to cooperate to expand Linux-based solutions."

"As the leading supplier of technology for building e-
business applications, we find that our customers see an
increasing adoption of Linux as a platform for business
applications, and we are happy that Caldera has recognized
the growing importance of this market," said Maggie
Alexander, vice president of Product Planning, the
Progress Company.

OpenLinux Server 3.1.1 includes 60 days of email
installation support and 6 months of Volution Online
software maintenance for $249 in the US or similar
equivalent in other countries.  OpenLinux Workstation
3.1.1 includes 60 days of email installation support and
60 days of Volution Online software maintenance for $99. 

Caldera is committed to a channel distribution strategy. 
As members of the Caldera Partner Program, channel
partners are eligible to receive demonstration copies of
OpenLinux 3.1.1 for $49.  In addition, Volution Online
software maintenance can be resold or rebranded through
Caldera's extensive reseller channel.

For additional information on Caldera OpenLinux Server and
OpenLinux Workstation, visit http://www.caldera.com/products/linux. 
Information regarding all Caldera products is found at

Caldera Web Site