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From: Brian Ziel <bri...@sco.COM>
Date: 1998/03/11
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	Brian Ziel
		Tel:	408-427-7252
		Fax:	408-427-5418
New UnixWare 7 Configurations To Include Netscape Enterprise Server,
Netscape Messaging Server and Netscape Directory Server Software
UnixWare 7 Launch, Santa Cruz, CA (March 10, 1998) - SCO (NASDAQ:SCOC) and
Netscape Communications Corporation (NASDAQ:NSCP) today announced the
Netscape Enterprise Server 3.5 software, Netscape Messaging Server 3.5
software and Netscape Directory Server 3.0 software on the UnixWare 7
platform, providing enterprise customers with highly reliable and scalable
information management, email and Internet directory services.
Netscape Servers In UnixWare 7 Configurations
Three of the five UnixWare 7 configurations unveiled by SCO today, include
Netscape server software as key components. Businesses can build powerful
and flexible Intranets with the SCO Intranet Edition. This configuration
includes Netscape Enterprise Server 3.5, a powerful Web server for managing
and sharing content on Inranets and extranets, as well as Netscape
Directory Server 3.0 for managing people and resources based on the
lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP) V.3 Internet standard and
Netscape Communicator client software. The SCO Messaging Edition provides
cost-effective and feature-rich platform for designing a flexible messaging
framework. Standard components include Netscape Messaging Server 3.5, a
powerful open standards-based electronic messaging system that combines the
full feature set of client/server messaging systems with the low
administration costs, proven scalabillity and the high performance of
modern Internet messaging, and the Netscape Directory Server 3.0.
Netscape FastTrack Server software and Netscape Navigator Gold client
software continue as standard components in the SCO base operating systems
and in all UnixWare 7 server configurations.
"We've had tremendous customer success by integrating Netscape servers into
our base operating system offerings for two years now," said Ron Rasmussen,
SCO's vice president of Volume Systems Group. "The UnixWare 7 product
family takes our integration efforts a step further by allowing customers
to select the specific configuration for their computing needs. It's no
longer 'one size fits all'. SCO and Netscape server solutions offer the
best combination of value and technology in the industry. We look forward
to continue our development with Netscape and providing our customers with
the latest Internet-based solutions."
John Paul, senior vice president and general manager of the server product
division at Netscape, said, "The combination of Netscape's server software
with SCO's new UnixWare 7 operating system provides customers with a robust
solution for information management, email and Internet directory services." 
About UnixWare 7 
UnixWare 7 delivers a new level of power, value and versatility to
departmental and enterprise customers on the Intel platform. With UnixWare
7, IT professionals no longer have to rely on proprietary RISC-based UNIX
systems to build the reliable, scaleable and high-performance business
solutions they demand. UnixWare 7 delivers it all - enterprise UNIX system
power, reliability and scalability with the economics and value of standard
Intel processor-based systems. More information about UnixWare 7 can be
found at
UnixWare 7 configurations are priced as follows: The Enterprise Edition
(50-user license) - $4,995; Intranet Edition - $2,295; and Messaging
Edition - $2,295. Individually, Netscape servers for UnixWare 7 are priced
in accordance with Netscape's standard pricing model: Netscape Enterprise
Server 3.5  - $1,295 for 50 users; Netscape Messaging Server 3.5 - $1,295
for 50 users; and Netscape Directory Server 3.0 - $995 for 100 users. 
About SCO
SCO is the world's number one provider of UNIX server operating systems,
and the leading provider of network computing software that enables clients
of all kinds - including, PCs, character terminals, and NCs - to have
Webtop access to business-critical applications running on servers of all
kinds. SCO designed Tarantella software, the world's first application
broker for network computing. SCO sells and supports its products through a
worldwide network of distributors, resellers, systems integrators, and
OEMs. For more information, see SCO's WWW home page at:
# # #
SCO, The Santa Cruz Operation, the SCO logo, UnixWare, Tarantella and the
Tarantella logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of The Santa Cruz
Operation, Inc. in the USA and other countries. UNIX is a registered
trademark of The Open Group in the US and other countries. Netscape,
Netscape Navigator, NetscapeONE and the Netscape N and Ship's Wheel logos
are registered trademarks of Netscape Communications Corporation in the
United States and other countries. Other Netscape logos, product names, and
service names are also trademarks of Netscape Communications Corporation,
which may be registered in other countries. All other brand or product
names are or may be trademarks of, and are used to identify products or
services of, their respective owners. Additional information on Netscape
Communications Corporation is available on the Internet at, by sending email to or by
calling 650/937-2555 (corporate customers) or 650/937-3777 (individuals).
Brian Ziel			
Manager, Product PR
Tel: 408-427-7252
Fax: 408-427-5418

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