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SCO Announces OpenServer Update Pack 2

  • 20 February, 2004 10:27

<p>SCO outlines roadmap for the next release of SCO OpenServer and subsequent upgrades</p>
<p>FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Sydney - February 20th, 2004</p>
<p>The SCO Group, Inc. ("SCO") (Nasdaq: SCOX), the owner of the UNIX(r) operating system and a leading provider of UNIX-based solutions, has announced the delivery of SCO OpenServer Update Pack 2, a key milestone in the OpenServer development roadmap. This announcement underscores a continuing development effort begun in August 2003 for Legend, the codename for the upcoming release of SCO OpenServer scheduled for release in late 2004 or early 2005.</p>
<p>SCO OpenServer Update Pack 2 builds on SCO's award-winning, secure and highly reliable UNIX operating system by providing new hardware support for Universal Serial Bus (USB) - allowing customers to easily connect to many USB-compatible devices. Customers may now leverage USB 1.1 and 2.0 compatible printers to enhance their IT infrastructures. In Update Pack 2, SCO also begins bundling and supporting the object-relational database management system, PostgreSQL. This system gives SCO customers and partners access to hundreds of already-built applications and the power to build other database-driven solutions out of the box.</p>
<p>"SCO UNIX solutions are the backbone of many Australian and New Zealand companies," said Kieran O'Shaughnessy, Regional General Manager Australia and New Zealand, The SCO Group. "SCO OpenServer has been a core component of our entire UNIX business. OpenServer Legend represents SCO's focus continued on UNIX and a promise to our customers that SCO will continue to deliver superior UNIX-based integration, reliability, security and scalability on Intel and AMD architectures."</p>
<p>SCO will continue outlining enhanced UNIX-based features and upgrades as part of its Legend development effort, including new mail server and enhanced Web Services support. The upgrade to OpenServer, based on proven UNIX System V Release 5 (SVR5) technology, will include greater database, Java and application support. As part of the OpenServer development roadmap, SCO also plans to announce enhancements for increased security, Windows compatibility, support for Web applications including the Apache Web server and Mozilla browser and integration of SCO's own SCOx Web Services.</p>
<p>The first beta release of Legend is scheduled for the company's annual conference, SCO Forum 2004, June 27-29 in Las Vegas.</p>
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<p>Notes for Editors</p>
<p>About SCO
The SCO Group (NASDAQ: SCOX) helps millions of customers in more than 82 countries to grow their businesses everyday. Headquartered in Lindon, Utah, SCO has a worldwide network of more than 11,000 resellers and 4,000 developers. SCO Global Services provides reliable localised support and services to partners and customers. For more information on SCO products and services, visit http://www.sco.com.</p>
<p>SCO, SCO OpenServer and the associated SCO logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of The SCO Group, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group. All other brand or product names are or may be trademarks of and are used to identify products or services of, their respective owners.</p>
<p>For additional information, please contact:
Kieran O'Shaughnessy
The SCO Group Inc
+61 2 9440 7577 (tel)</p>
<p>Press / Analyst Contact:
Michael Henderson
Gotley Nix Evans
+61 2 9957 5555 (tel)
+61 413 054 738 (mob)
sco@gne.com.au</p>

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