In other holiday news from SCO, they will hold a "listen-only" teleconference this morning to discuss their latest financial results. The refusal to take questions is interesting since the company typically uses these calls to maximize and dramatize their legal claim of the day.
In a press release ahead of the teleconference, SCO states: "Fourth quarter revenue from UNIX products and services was $14.0 million. In addition, revenue generated from the Company's SCOsource licensing initiative was $10.3 million, which was derived from licensing agreements reached with Microsoft Corporation and Sun Microsystems, Inc. earlier in fiscal 2003."
What that actually means is that revenue from normal business operations is down one million dollars from the same quarter last year, and that there are no new sales of its "licensing initiative." The two sales noted for that initiative, to Microsoft and Sun, have long been known.