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SCO Ships Tarantella Enterprise II

The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc. (SCO) began shipping its new Tarantella Enterprise II web-enabling software. Tarantella Enterprise II provides enterprise organizations with a single, unified systems management architecture for delivering and managing Windows, mainframe, and Unix applications. Tarantella Enterprise II adds the capability to provide Web access to Windows 2000 and Windows NT 4.0 applications over the Internet using Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). Tarantella is available for RISC and Intel processor-based Unix servers.

Contact SCO, (831) 427-7221, www.sco.com.

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