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September 21, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Novell Agrees to Sell Unix System: The Provo, Utah-based firm reached an agreement to give control of the Unix computer network operating system to Santa Cruz Operation Inc. and Hewlett-Packard Co., allowing it to concentrate on its more successful businesses. Novell Inc., the second-biggest personal computer software company after Microsoft Corp.
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September 21, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Novell Agrees to Sell Unix System: The Provo, Utah-based firm reached an agreement to give control of the Unix computer network operating system to Santa Cruz Operation Inc. and Hewlett-Packard Co., allowing it to concentrate on its more successful businesses. Novell Inc., the second-biggest personal computer software company after Microsoft Corp.
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February 16, 1989 | CARLA LAZZARESCHI, Times Staff Writer
Microsoft Corp., already the world's leading supplier of personal computer software, announced a deal Wednesday that will allow it to expand its lead. Microsoft said that it is buying less than 20% in Santa Cruz Operation, the largest independent seller of Unix operating system software. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Operating systems, which direct the data flow of a computer, vary among computer manufacturers.
BUSINESS
March 16, 1993
Magic Software Enterprises said it has entered into a cooperative marketing partnership with Santa Cruz Operation Inc., a supplier of Intel-based open systems software. The partnership agreement will enable Magic and SCO to expand their markets by tapping one another's customer bases and reseller networks. Magic's software development system is compatible with SCO's "open" software--which can be modified by a user. Magic is the United States subsidiary of Magic Software Enterprises of Israel.
BUSINESS
March 16, 1993
Magic Software Enterprises said it has entered into a cooperative marketing partnership with Santa Cruz Operation Inc., a supplier of Intel-based open systems software. The partnership agreement will enable Magic and SCO to expand their markets by tapping one another's customer bases and reseller networks. Magic's software development system is compatible with SCO's "open" software--which can be modified by a user. Magic is the United States subsidiary of Magic Software Enterprises of Israel.
BUSINESS
November 4, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
4 Silicon Valley Companies Announce Layoffs: Four Silicon Valley companies announced more than 400 domestic layoffs, the latest in a series of reductions in the computer and electronics industries. LSI Logic Corp., Santa Cruz Operation Inc., Next Computer Inc. and Grid Systems Corp. announced the layoffs Friday. Santa Cruz will lay off 156 people, about 12% of the work force. LSI Logic of Milpitas said it will cut 130 jobs, or 5%, of its domestic work force.
BUSINESS
February 16, 1989 | CARLA LAZZARESCHI, Times Staff Writer
Microsoft Corp., already the world's leading supplier of personal computer software, announced a deal Wednesday that will allow it to expand its lead. Microsoft said that it is buying less than 20% in Santa Cruz Operation, the largest independent seller of Unix operating system software. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Operating systems, which direct the data flow of a computer, vary among computer manufacturers.
BUSINESS
August 22, 1990
Three software companies announced plans to develop a standard version of the Unix operating system for IBM and IBM-compatible personal computers. Santa Cruz Operation Inc. said it will work with American Telephone & Telegraph Co. and Intel Corp. on the software project that would give PC users an alternative to the traditional MS-DOS and OS/2 computer operating systems used in personal computers made by International Business Machines Corp., Compaq Computer Corp. and others.
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November 25, 1997 | Bloomberg News
Microsoft Corp. altered an agreement with rival software maker Santa Cruz Operation Inc., ending a dispute with European Commission regulators who said the contract hindered SCO's ability to compete. The disputed agreement required SCO to include Microsoft's computer code in its Unix operating system and to pay royalties whether or not it used the code.
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