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ODT

Abbreviation for optical Doppler tomography.
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OpenServer 6 was originally released in 2005 and includes support for large files, increased memory and multi- threaded kernel (lightweight processes) for applications with SVR5 technology.
SCO Online Data Manager and Mirroring for OpenServer 6
At SCO, his challenge is to come up with enough money to reinvest in OpenServer and UnixWare so these platforms get enough features to defend against the onslaught of Linux and Windows, while at the same time giving existing OpenServer and UnixWare customers a reason to stay put.
OpenServer 10 was designed as an all-in-one platform to support applications, edge of network services, mail, web, file, and print servers.
The OpenServer Kernel Personality (OKP) for UnixWare allows companies using the entry Unix version from SCO, which accounts for the vast number of installs and turnkey systems that SCO's partners have put into company sites in the last decade, to move those applications to bigger servers running UnixWare and run those OpenServer applications unchanged.
OpenServer 5 has a large install base in companies that need reliability, scalability and security.
Xinuos has introduced Xinuos OpenServer X, a 64-bit open source operating system for Intel/AMD architecture and optimized for running mission critical applications in small, medium and enterprise-sized organizations.
The Portal offers free online "Ask an Engineer" assistance, tools, and services to allow resellers to quickly bring their SCO OpenServer Release 5 customer base to the UnixWare 7 platform.
The new program is designed to assist developers who wish to port existing applications or build new applications to run on OpenServer X, their recently announced secure, BSD-based open source operating system.