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Consolidate jobs and outperform the competition with a complete multifunction office solution that adds cutting-edge wireless 802.11n technology to a portfolio already offering 33 ppm printing, high-speed faxing, duplex scanning, and Direct USB for PC-free printing.

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Microsoft Corp. tomorrow will release the latest version of its Unix/Windows integration software, available for free on the company's Web site.The prior incarnation of Services For Unix listed at $99, although there were some deals to get that software for free as well.Version 3.5 features a roughly 50% performance improvement when tapping into Unix NFS -- thus making it within 10% of native Windows I/O, according to Dennis Oldroyd at Microsoft's server division. There's a similar 50% boost in speed when SFU runs on 8-way clusters. Other improvements include support for Posix threading, so a new set of Unix applications is eligible for compiling and running on SFU.Oldroyd declined to say how many copies of SFU have shipped to date, but said it was a "small fraction" of overall Windows server customers. Why give it away for free Due to "our desire to deliver the highest level of interoperability to our customers," Oldroyd said. And it hardly makes sense to put up a price barrier to IT shops migrating Unix and Linux apps onto a Windows platform.You can download Services For Unix 3.5 starting tomorrow (not today!) at You can also take a general Windows Administration for Unix Professionals online course free on the Microsoft Web site (registration required) at Expect a flurry of announcements surrounding the Linuxworld Expo next week in New York, including MySQL Administrator, an open-source tool with GUI from MySQL AB for managing MySQL database servers; and the 64-bit Altix 350 server with Itanium 2 processor from SGI.Microsoft is seeking beta testers for Windows Server 2003 for 64-bit extended systems, BetaNews reports. The software is designed to boost performance of 32- and 64-bit apps running on one system.Novell formally completed its acquisition of SuSE Linux, keeping the SuSE brand while becoming a "product business unit within Novell," the company announced. Former SuSE CEO Richard Seibt stays on to manage the new unit as president. Novell also said it will financially protect any of its Linux customers from legal problems that might arise due to SCO lawsuits (see story). If you're very interested in the saga, Novell's posted copies of all its correspondence with SCO on its Web site. 153554b96e


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