SCO UnixWare® 7.1.3

SCO UnixWare 7.1.4 , the latest release of SCO’s award winning state of the art Unix operating system is now shipping. For information about all of the new features, additional value and hardware support in UnixWare 7.1.4, click HERE.

UnixWare 7.1.3

SCO UnixWare® is the solution for companies who place a high value on the scalability, reliability and security inherent in the UNIX® technology, but don't want the vendor lock-in or high server costs associated with proprietary platforms. Existing vendor specific UNIX servers limit the ability to integrate heterogeneous environments without undertaking a costly systems integration project. SCO UnixWare 7 runs on more OEM platforms than any other UNIX-based operating system. And since it is based on industry standard Intel and AMD architecture, the customer saves on hardware costs as well as lower cost to integrate heterogeneous systems.

What's in SCO UnixWare 7.1.3?

OpenServer Kernel Personality (OKP) makes all of the feature enhancements, higher performance, larger file size capability and greater scalability built into UnixWare 7 available to OpenServer customers. OKP is a complete OpenServer application environment that gets installed on UW so your investment in OpenServer applications is 100% protected. OKP is a no cost add-on to UW7 and contains Xenix compability so most SCO UNIX legacy applications are supported..

Improved Hardware Support SCO's relationship with OEM partners ensure that the operating system support tracks the direction of the major OEM suppliers. New hardware support includes legacy free system design, Universal Serial Bus, Intel® Xeon™ Hyper-threading architecture, removable media, SCSI-3 and new and updated graphics, network and HBA drivers.

Support for Popular Open Source Components Native SCO UnixWare ports of Mozilla, OpenSSL, OpenSLP, OpenSSH, Apache, Samba, Squid, Cdrtools have been added to the optional services CD. These components are all fully supported components on UnixWare 7.1.3

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