Six major European customers will use Windows XP Embedded for their point-of-sale terminals, while Linux is held back by SCO Group's threats
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Microsoft has signed four new companies as licensees of its Windows communications protocols, according to a quarterly status report filed Friday with the court overseeing the company's antitrust case. The software maker said that Cisco Systems, the SCO Group, Tandberg Television and Laplink Software all took licenses during the last quarter, doubling the number of its licensees.
The software giant will license the rights to Unix technology from SCO Group, a move that could dramatically impact the battle between Windows and Linux.
Compaq's Proliant range of Intel processor servers can take anywhere from 1 to 8 processors and run Microsoft Windows® 2000 & Windows NT, Novell Netware, Linux, SCO UnixWare. The ProLiant servers include: MLs - ML 770, DLs - DL 580, 8000 - 8500 DataCentre Solution, CL - CL 380 Packaged Cluster.
The rise of Linux in the corporate environment has been remarkable. Who would have believed a year ago that the upstart OS would have the full backing of IBM, HP, SCO and Corel to name but a few? But can it really challenge Windows? Joey Gardiner asks the top vendors what's next
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