Chicago, IL--November 22, 1996--Santa Cruz Operations (SCO; Santa Cruz, CA) announced a sweeping new program designed to help developers create more innovative solutions and deliver them to market more quickly. The Advanced Development Center (ADC) program will establish up to 25 sites across the country where ISVs can obtain affordable technical training, porting assistance, and other services designed to help them develop and deploy their applications on SCO system software.
The sites will also provide the latest platforms, tools, and cost-effective expertise to fast-track developers on the Internet Way of Computing, the new computing model based on Unix servers and heterogeneous clients. The initial site, The Computer Classroom Inc. (TCCI), which is located less than 20 minutes from Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, opens today.
The Advanced Development Centers will provide ISVs with a variety of services, including the ability to migrate their applications to the Internet Way of Computing; test software while running SCO's entire family of products, including Internet, layered products, and client integration products on multiple hardware configurations; multi-thread their applications and test applications in a single- and multi-processor environment, without having to purchase a multi-processor server.
The grand opening of the Chicago ADC takes place Nov. 22, from 10:00am to 2:00pm. The opening event will include topics on the Internet Way of Computing, SCO's Java tools strategy, and Tarantella, the new technology from SCO that allows deployment of X and character-based applications from a Web browser utilizing any Java-enabled Web browser.
Santa Cruz Operations
Santa Cruz, CA
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