Netscape is putting its money on Linux by announcing its directory software, messaging service software and delegated administrator software now support the fast growing operating system.
Linux, the open source code version of Unix that grew out of the developer community, is gaining popularity, particularly among Internet service providers.
The company also announced it is working with other Linux supporters Compaq, Hewlett-Packard and VA Research, as well as Linux software vendors Caldera Systems and Red Hat.
John Paul, senior vice president and general manager of Netscape?s server products division said: ?Netscape Directory Server, Netscape Messaging Server and Netscape Delegated Administrator on Linux will provide enterprise customers with the scalability, reliability, innovation and open standards support they require to compete in the Net economy.?
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