Run Desktop Applications on UNIX

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Welcome to the SCO Solution Builder results page. Here you'll find information about the solutions that best meet the business goal and solution category you specified in the "Solution Builder" page. You may return to the Solution Builder page at any time to refine or review your selections.

Run Desktop Applications

Having the ability to run industry-accepted desktop applications on a centralized server allows customers to reduce their overall infrastructure investment by minimizing the number of servers and desktop workstations in their environment. Fewer servers and workstations translates directly to lower total cost of ownership.

Unixware 7.1.3 Home Page
UnixWare® 7.1.3 marks the return of the UnixWare brand name as the premier UNIX Operating System for industry standard Intel and AMD processor systems. UnixWare 7 is the right choice for companies who place a high value on the scalability, reliability and security inherent in UNIX technology based systems.

OpenServer 5.0.7 Home Page
SCO OpenServer 5.0.7 delivers the system for specialized, highly tuned solutions. It's the kind of advantage you expect from SCO, the supplier of the world's most popular UNIX operating system for the Intel platform. SCO OpenServer delivers tried and true performance, affordability, and unmatched reliability, scalability, and flexibility.
With the introduction of new SCO OpenServer 5.0.7, SCO continues to grow with your business. This new release demonstrates our commitment to keeping our most popular OS performing reliably for customers around world. Join the millions of users who have made SCO OpenServer their de facto operating system platform for more than a decade.

NeTraverse Merge 5.3
NeTraverse Merge 5.3 provides customers with the powerful capability of utilizing Windows ® ME, Windows 98, and DOS ® applications concurrently with their mission critical UNIX ® business applications on SCO OpenServer Release 5, or UnixWare ® 7 platforms. This allows customers to reduce their overall infrastructure investment by minimizing the number ofservers and desktop workstations in their environment. With fewer servers and desktop platforms, customers can not only reduce the amount of money they spend on hardware, but also lower the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) by having fewer platforms to administer. NeTraverse Merge 5.3.x, which can now be installed on UnixWare 7.1.2 and UnixWare 7.1.3 systems as well on SCO OpenServer 5.0.7 and 5.0.6 systems.