TurboLinux in Software Alliance With Sendmail

August 1999
UNIX Update;Aug99, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p7
Trade Publication
Reports that TurboLinux, a leader in high performance Linux computing, announced a global software partnership with Sendmail Inc., a provider of standards-based messaging solutions, in 1999. Comments from TurboLinux president and chief executive officer Cliff Miller on the partnership; Terms of the partnership; Benefits of the partnership for the companies.


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