VNUnet: SCO Lines Up UK-Based Targets
Jan 14, 2004, 15:00 (25 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Peter Williams)
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"SCO today extended its 'Intellectual Property [IP] License for
Linux' worldwide and warned that it expects to take legal action
for breach of copyright against UK-based companies.
"In addition to the run-time licence--starting immediately and
costing $699 per server in the US--SCO is to offer an annual
licence for $149.
"Chris Sontag, SCO senior vice president and general manager of
its SCOsource division, said the licensing scheme was a much safer
route to take, and lower in cost, than the indemnification schemes
from Hewlett Packard and Novell..."