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|Originally Published: Tuesday, 16 November 1999||Author: John Eastman|
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SCO to Provide Packaged Professional Consulting Services
Press Release: SCO and TurboLinux Announce Availability of Professional Services Offerings for TurboCluster Server
SCO to Provide Packaged Professional Consulting Services for New TurboLinux TurboCluster Server
SCO (NASDAQ:SCOC) and TurboLinux today announced the immediate availability of two service packages that will provide TurboLinux customers with SCO Professional Consulting Services.
TurboLinux and SCO will offer the packages for the TurboLinux TurboCluster Server 4.0. The two service packages, "TurboCluster Audit" and "TurboCluster Start-Up," are designed to help TurboLinux's customers and resellers get started with planning, installing, configuring and deploying their new TurboCluster systems.
"We are ready to assist TurboLinux's customers with their enterprise deployments of the new TurboCluster Server offering," said David Taylor, vice president of SCO's Professional Services organization. "With more than 20 years experience providing services for Intel-based UNIX systems, SCO understands the customer requirements for enterprise-computing."
"SCO and TurboLinux announced a major strategic services initiative three weeks ago," said Cliff Miller, CEO of TurboLinux. "We're pleased to offer these two TurboCluster-specific packages, as well as SCO's comprehensive Linux professional service offerings. We believe our customers will benefit from SCO's expertise in deploying their TurboLinux enterprise solutions."
In addition to the specific service offerings SCO has developed for the newly announced TurboCluster Server, TurboLinux will offer their customers the full range of Linux Professional Consulting Services from SCO. SCO's Professional Services organization will support TurboLinux customers in enterprise-quality deployment planning, including cost, and risk analysis, for systems based on TurboLinux products.