"In the past few weeks, SCO has been showing evidence of its
case against IBM to selected analysts. Some examples of what it
considers to be appropriated code are now emerging.
"Source code delivering non-uniform memory architecture (Numa)
and symmetric multiprocessing capabilities in Linux are very close
to those in SCO's System V source code.
"But analysts indicated that ownership of the code is far from
"Sequent Systems developed the NUMA technology and was
subsequently acquired by IBM in 1999. 'IBM can argue that SCO has
no rights concerning that code,' said George Weiss, vice president
and research director at Gartner..."
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