The Santa Cruz Operation (SCO) is about to add Intel to the list of OEMs for its “Unix on a Megabyte” initiative, which is aimed at blackbox devices and Internet appliances.
The supplier launched the Unixware based scheme at its SCO Forum user conference in Santa Cruz last year (see VNU Newswire 19 August, 1998), but has so far only recruited Compaq, which started shipping its Neo Internet appliance in January in the US. The device is due to ship imminantly in Europe.
But Tamar Newberger, SCO’s director of server product marketing, said at this year’s SCO Forum: “We’re working with Intel on an Internet appliance, which it will announce very soon, and we’re also evaluating other OEMs.”
Intel already ships a family of devices that run Windriver’s VXWorks operating system.
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