The Santa Cruz Operation (SCO) said the release of its 64bit Unix operating system has slipped as a result of Intel's delays to its P7 processor, codenamed Merced. Merced was originally due to ship next year, but has now been delayed until the Year 2000, as previously reported on the VNU Newswire.
SCO denied it has experienced any problems merging its own operating system with the UnixWare acquisition from Novell, reiterating that it released the 64bit Unix application programming interface specifications to its developers last month. The specifications can be downloaded from SCO's Web site at www.sco.com.
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