Caldera Systems Inc. Distributes Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise for Linux / Free Adaptive Server Enterprise Download Available Now from Caldera Web Site

OREM, Utah (ots-PRNewswire) - Caldera(R) Systems Inc. today announced that it will distribute a version of Sybase(R) Adaptive Server(R) Enterprise for Linux. The Adaptive Server Enterprise release is immediately available for download from the Caldera Systems Inc. Web site at www.caldera.com. The Adaptive Server Enterprise for Linux software and related connectivity components will be included in Caldera Systems' new Linux-based business solution, OpenLinux. The inclusion of Adaptive Server Enterprise in OpenLinux will provide the first highly scalable, high-performance database engine available for the Linux platform in a proven, tested and fully supported Linux-based business solution.

VAR Strategy

"Given the expanding need to manage dynamic information on the Internet, and the increased preference of Linux as an Internet platform, Caldera Systems Inc. and Sybase are an ideal VAR combination," said Ransom Love, president and CEO of Caldera Systems Inc. "The inclusion of Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise in OpenLinux falls completely in line with our business and channel focus for the Linux market. VARs now have the tools they need to offer high-quality, turnkey solutions to the business world. And as Web and Linux technology expands, the demand for quality data management solutions such as Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise will only increase."

"Sybase is committed to meeting the needs of enterprise customers who rely on data management solutions for their business applications," said Raj Sehgal, director, product management, Enterprise Server Business, Sybase, Inc. "We are reinforcing this commitment by making a Linux version of our reliable, high-performance data management platform, Adaptive Server Enterprise, available through Caldera."

Adaptive Server Enterprise

Adaptive Server Enterprise is optimized to provide scalable, high-performance online transaction processing capabilities for business-critical applications in unpredictable, mixed-workload environments.

OpenLinux

OpenLinux is Caldera's 32-bit, Linux 2.0.35 based platform for extending local area networks to the home, branch office, remote user and the Internet. OpenLinux optimizes existing hardware investments and training by increasing connectivity between existing corporate networks, including NetWare, UNIX, Windows NT, and the Internet. OpenLinux is the Inter/Intranet solution providing client and server capabilities for those corporate networks. Included are full Inter/Intranet, authoring, publishing and browsing capabilities, plus a comprehensive suite of office products. All services on the local network may be extended around the corner or the world, across a high-speed connection by adding a frame relay or ISDN commodity card to Intel-based PCs.

Contact Information

Caldera Systems, Inc. can be reached at 888-GO-Linux Ä888-465-4689Ü or via E-mail at linux@caldera.com. Please bookmark http://www.caldera.com to access the Caldera Systems Inc. Web site.

Caldera Systems, Inc. designs, develops and markets a line of Linux-based business solutions, including OpenLinux, NetWare for Linux, technical training and support.

Caldera Systems Inc. is a registered trademark; and OpenLinux is a trademark of Caldera Inc. Sybase and Adaptive Server are registered trademarks of Sybase, Inc. All other products, services, companies and publications are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

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