September 2004
UNIX Update;Sep2004, Vol. 15 Issue 9, p3
Trade Publication
This article reports on the decision of SCO Group Inc. to extend its strategic partnership with Ericom Software by releasing the SCOx Web Services Substrate (WSS) on UNIX platforms in Utah. The SCOx WSS toolset combines the best in Web Services technology from both SCO and Ericom, allowing SCO UNIX customers to easily transform legacy applications and databases into new feature-rich Web and wireless applications. SCO UNIX customers that upgrade to SCO UnixWare 7.1.4 automatically gain access to an innovative toolset that is specifically designed to help customers grow their business, connect with partners and integrate with suppliers using specialized Web Services. SCO and Ericom Software have teamed up to deliver state-of-the-art Web Services technology on SCO UNIX platforms through SCOx WSS. Ericom CEO Eran Heyman says the release of the SCOx Web Services Substrate marks an important milestone in its relationship with SCO. PowerTerm Host Publisher's inclusion in the SCOx WSS is a key element in helping SCO customers, resellers and developers easily unlock the power of their mission-critical legacy applications and integrate it with other applications via the Web. The best part about the solution is that it does not require customers to change their existing legacy application


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