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ODT

Abbreviation for optical Doppler tomography.
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SCO today announced the availability of its Online Data Manager and Mirroring solutions for SCO OpenServer 6.
For SCO OpenServer 6 customers who only need a software mirroring solution to enhance the availability of disk storage systems without the need for RAID features, SCO offers Disk Mirroring for OpenServer 6.
Compaq Computer Corp, the biggest peddler of SCO OpenServer and UnixWare as well as the world's largest PC server vendor, has been talking about its Thunder and Lightning Profusion boxes since earlier in the year, but last month divulged a little more performance and technical information on its Profusion boxes, which will be sold under the ProLiant 8000 and ProLiant 8500 monikers.
PRIMERGY 170 supports Microsoft Windows NT Workstation or Server version 4, Novell NetWare 3.2, 4.x, 5.x or IntranetWare, SCO UnixWare 2.1.x and 7.0.x, IBM OS/2 Warp Server 4.0 Advanced, Sun Solaris, SCO OpenServer 5.0.x and Linux 6.0.
SCO OpenServer 6 has been designed to provide customers with increased productivity, greater security, more agility through Open Source technologies and protection of customers' investments by providing backward compatibility with existing applications.
"The shipment of SCO OpenServer 6 is the culmination of extensive customer feedback, testing by hundreds of product beta testers, certification testing with dozens of SCO software and hardware partners, and significant preparation by SCO engineering, support, marketing and sales teams," said Darl McBride, president and CEO, The SCO Group, Inc.
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.
"Current SCO Resellers and ISVs running SCO OpenServer Release 5 will benefit greatly from the free services available through the UnixWare 7 Migration Portal," says Edmundo Costa, vice president of OEM and Alliance Management at SCO.
In March, Magic offered a special Linux version of its Magic 8.2 tool (which is a reworked version of Magic 8.2, which first shipped last September, designed for SCO OpenServer) free over the internet.
SCO and TakeFive Software have formed an agreement to make SNiFF+ v3.0.1, a source code engineering tool available for the UnixWare 7 and SCO OpenServer R5 operating systems.
OpenLinux Server is targeted to small and medium businesses, Fortune 1000 companies with remote connected sites and SCO OpenServer customers migrating to Linux.
SCO also offers free licenses for UnixWare 7 and SCO OpenServer UNIX systems for non-commercial use."