Novell was last night preparing to announce support for third party platforms for its Novell Directory Services (NDS). Among the details expected include a distributed stategy and support for NDS on a wide range of platforms including Sunsoft and Windows NT.
The company is also expected to announce its pricing strategy, which sources believe will include free licences of NDS on non-Novell platforms while charging for other components.
The announcements are expected to confirm the vow made in June by Bob Frankenberg - then still chief executive - that the company would tie NDS with Windows NT Server by the end of the year.
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