VERITAS/Sequent Offer Protection Across UNIX/Windows NT

July 1999
UNIX Update;Jul99, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p8
Trade Publication
Reports that VERITAS Software Corp. and Sequent Computer Systems Inc. have announced an extended original equipment manufacturer partnership to provide VERITAS NetBackup across Sequent UNIX and Windows NT platforms. Implication of the partnership.


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