Development; Time to Market and Total Cost of Ownership Reduced."
Caldera International, Inc. (Nasdaq: CALDD) announced today that its OpenLinux Workstation 3.1.1 has been certified with Borland Software Corporation (Nasdaq NM: BORL) for Kylix 2. This certification allows corporate developers to rapidly create Linux, Web, Web services, database and GUI applications much faster and more efficiently, thereby reducing time to market and total cost of ownership. Caldera OpenLinux Workstation 3.1.1 is a Linux based operating system designed to help developers easily create open source or corporate applications for an open standards environment. Borland Kylix 2 is the latest version of Borland's award-winning, rapid application development (RAD) environment for the Linux operating system with support for developing and deploying Web services. "The certification of OpenLinux Workstation 3.1.1 with Borland's Kylix 2 provides developers a powerful choice for building Web services applications for Linux or UNIX," said Drew Spencer, CTO, Caldera International. "By working with Borland, we offer a richer set of solutions to fulfill the requests of our customer base." "Borland has a long-standing commitment to provide the Linux community and customers with software technology that enables the rapid development of e-business applications and Web services on the Linux platform," said Simon Thornhill, general manager and vice president, RAD solutions, Borland Software Corporation. "Caldera's certification of Borland Kylix on OpenLinux Workstation underscores the continued leadership of Kylix as an industry standard solution for Linux development." As another demonstration of the Caldera-Borland relationship, Caldera will be exhibiting at BorCon, the annual Borland Conference, May 18-22 in Anaheim, CA. Attendees are encouraged to visit the Caldera booth, booth #236, and register to win a Compaq iPaq. More details regarding BorCon are found at http://www.borland.com/conf2002/. Visit http://www.borland.com/kylix/ for more information regarding Borland Kylix. See http://www.caldera.com/products/workstation/ for more details about Caldera OpenLinux Workstation. Caldera International, Inc. Caldera International (Nasdaq: CALDD) provides "Powerful Choices" for businesses through its UNIX, Linux and Volution product lines and services. Based in Lindon, UT, Caldera has representation in 82 countries and 16,000+ resellers worldwide. Caldera Global Services provides reliable localized support and services to partners and customers. For more information on Caldera products and services, visit http://www.caldera.com. Caldera, the Caldera logos, Caldera Volution, OpenLinux, SCO and the associated SCO logo, and SCO OpenServer are trademarks or registered trademarks of Caldera International, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. Caldera Global Services is a service mark of Caldera International, Inc. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries. Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. All Borland brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of Borland Software Corporation, in the United States and other countries. All other brand or product names are or may be trademarks of, and are used to identify products or services of, their respective owners. Forward Looking Statements The statements set forth above include forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. The Company wishes to advise readers that a number of important factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements. These factors include the ability of the Company to successfully meet its revenue projections, which are based in part, on the continued acceptance in the marketplace of the historical products of the acquired operations; the ability of the Company to develop and successfully introduce products integrating its products and services with those historically offered by the recently acquired operations; the ability of the Company to continue to manage its cost reductions without adversely affecting customer service and employee productivity; the ability of recently introduced and new products to operate as designed, including compatibility with various platforms in the absence of other defects; the Company's reliance on developers in the open source community; new and changing technologies and customer acceptance of those technologies; the Company's ability to compete effectively with other companies; failure of our brand to achieve the broad recognition necessary to succeed; unenforceability of the GNU general public license and other Open Source licenses; our reliance on third party developers of components of our software offerings; claims of infringement of third-party intellectual property rights; and disruption in the Company's distribution sales channel. These and other factors, which could cause actual results to differ materially, are discussed in more detail in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.