Compaq is rebadging its Digital Unix operating system, as part of its campaign to beef up sales of its high end 64-bit Alpha servers. From Monday Digital Unix will be known as Compaq Tru64 Unix.
However critics noted that Compaq still lags behind in independent software vendor support and OEM partners. Both Sco and Sequent have defected from the Compaq camp in the last six months.
The Houston based company is attempting to be as successful in the Unix market as it currently is in the Windows NT arena. As part of its strategy it is launching an entry level Unix server, the Alphaserver DS20, which is expected to be priced at less than $20,000.
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