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John Terpstra, technology vice president of the new company Caldera
International will be on the panel at the Great Linux Debate at Linux Expo
on the 4th and 5th July 2001 at London Olympia.

John Terpstra's role at Caldera is to guide product development and act as a
liaison to the Open Source community. Terpstra is the co-founder of the
SAMBA project and a former TurboLinux executive.

Caldera International, the new company was formed from the acquisition of
the server software and professional services divisions of the Santa Cruz
Operation (SCO) by Caldera Systems. It is now the largest Linux company in
the world, with sales, support and marketing representation in 82 countries.
It has also created the world's largest Linux VAR channel with over 15,000
resellers worldwide.

Following the acquisition, Caldera is the only company to unify UNIX with
Linux, combining the low cost and flexibility of Linux, with the scalability
and stability of UNIX. In this way, Caldera distinguishes themselves from
other platform solution vendors by being the only company to offer a
standard unified platform that allows Linux applications to scale to the

John will be available for press interviews on both days of the Expo between
10.30am and 1pm and 3pm -5pm at stand no.160. Please let me know if you
would be interested in meeting him and what time would suit you best.

If you require any further information on the new company please contact me
or alternatively visit the website:

During the Expo I will be contactable on my mobile, 07931 903293. I look forward to hearing from you.

Amy Redhead
Text 100 Public Relations
Global High Technology Public Relations
Tel: +44 (0) 20 8996 4138
Fax: +44 (0) 20 8996 1238

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