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Short Take: SCO will ship new Tarantella

The Santa Cruz Operation announced that its new Tarantella application broker software will ship next month. The new software allows users to access any new or existing software application with a Java-enabled client. Client types supported by SCO include PCs, Unix workstations, and network computers (NCs). The Tarantella software will be offered as a layer on top of SCO's UnixWare operating system as well as Sun Microsystems' Solaris. Prices start at $395 for a single-user license and decrease based on volume. Support for other Unix flavors as well as Windows NT is expected next year.

    The Santa Cruz Operation announced that its new Tarantella application broker software will ship next month. The new software allows users to access any new or existing software application with a Java-enabled client. Client types supported by SCO include PCs, Unix workstations, and network computers (NCs). The Tarantella software will be offered as a layer on top of SCO's UnixWare operating system as well as Sun Microsystems' Solaris. Prices start at $395 for a single-user license and decrease based on volume. Support for other Unix flavors as well as Windows NT is expected next year.