CALDERA INTRODUCES DEVELOPER-TARGETED TECHNOLOGY, CALDERA OPENLINUX WORKSTATION, RELEASE 3.1 Tuesday 26 June 2001 PDF Print Next Generation of Caldera's Award-winning eDesktop Product Unifies UNIX and Linux Platforms OREM, UT-June 26, 2001-Caldera(r) International Inc. (Nasdaq: CALD), the global leader "Unifying UNIX(r) with Linux(r) for Business(tm)," announced today its release of Caldera OpenLinux(tm) Workstation, release 3.1. The release of this product occurs simultaneously with Caldera's OpenLinux Server and Open UNIX 8 products. The successor to the award-winning OpenLinux eDesktop 2.4, the Workstation is a complete, self-hosted Linux-based operating system for developers who wish to create commercial, Open Source, or corporate applications for an open standard environment, including the proposed Linux Standard Base (LSB), using Java(, C and C++. It enables developers to create applications deployable on the thinnest of clients to high-end data center servers. "Our new Workstation product is an ideal environment for developing on Linux or developing for Linux-compatible platforms such as Caldera's Open UNIX 8," said Drew Spencer, chief technology officer at Caldera. "For the development lifecycle, it provides developers the necessary tools to build, test and deploy business applications in a secure, supported, and scalable server setting - while developing in an easy to use, developer-friendly environment." "Time and again, IDC's surveys show that one of the most important uses of Linux is software development," said Dan Kusnetzky, vice president of system software research for IDC. "Caldera's work to provide a unified environment for UNIX and Linux development would certainly be attractive to developers." Built on the Linux 2.4 kernel, Workstation features a completely self-hosted environment, KDE 2.1, glibc 2.2.1, and XFree86 4.0.2. In addition, it incorporates SUN(r) Microsystems Java(tm) 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE() Software Development Kit version 1.3, StarOffice(tm) 5.2 and Forte(tm) for Java(, release 2.0, and JBuilder(tm) 4 Foundation from Borland(r). "By including Java technology in the new OpenLinux Workstation, Caldera is leveraging for its customers the momentum the Java 2 platform has as the industry standard for developing and deploying enterprise solutions," said Kristinn Thorleifsson, product marketing manager, Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition, Sun Microsystems, Inc. "Workstation combines the features of Java technology with Linux to produce a robust environment for the development of highly reliable and scalable business applications." "Borland is pleased to work with Caldera to offer developers a Linux environment targeted for their needs," said Frank Slootman, vice president of Products at Borland Software. "Like Borland's suite of products, Caldera's Developer Workstation supports rapid development, offering improved time to market, high productivity, and performance." The Workstation functions as an integrated client for all Caldera server offerings - OpenLinux Server, Open UNIX and OpenServer - and includes the Caldera(r) Volution(tm) management agent. In addition, the product includes a 60-day subscription to Caldera(r) Volution(tm) Online, Caldera's new online management solution, and 60-day email installation support. Further, Workstation is the main technology for Caldera's Developer Products and Services business line and is the base component Caldera's Professional Services uses to deliver specialized Linux-based client platforms for OEMs, Internet devices and thin clients. Additional Key Features * Permission and Service Audits * Extensive developer documentation, available through KHelpCenter and DocView * Tomcat, with the Apache Java servlet engine * KDevelop * PHPlib, with the PHP library for PHP application support * Common UNIX Print System (CUPS) * Lutris Enhydra web application server * SSL, SSH, PPTP communications services Pricing, Availability and Support The suggested price for single licenses to Caldera's OpenLinux Workstation with Support is $99, and licenses to Caldera's OpenLinux Workstation are $59 each. Both product lines include a 60-day Caldera Volution Online subscription. Caldera OpenLinux Workstation licenses are available through Caldera's distributors, Caldera's Developer Network, OEMs, and Professional Services. Licenses may be purchased by ordering online at http://shop.caldera.com/caldera/gsummary.jsp, faxing a purchase order to Gina Boll at 831-427-7944, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Caldera OpenLinux Workstation, release 3.1 dial 1-888-GoLinux or visit http://www.caldera.com/products/workstation. Caldera International, Inc. Caldera International (Nasdaq: CALD) is the leader in "Unifying UNIX with Linux for Business." Caldera specializes in the development, deployment and management of UNIX and Linux-based clients and servers. Based in Orem, UT, Caldera has offices and 15,000+ resellers worldwide. For more information on Caldera products and services, visit http://www.caldera.com. Caldera , OpenLinux and Caldera Volution are trademarks or registered trademarks of Caldera International, Inc. All other products, services, companies, events and publications are trademarks, registered trademarks or servicemarks of their respective owners in the U.S. and/or other countries. LINUX is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries. 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