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As expected, Santa Cruz Operation Inc’s Cambridge, UK-based client integration group, which was formed out of the IXI and VisionWare companies, has upgraded its PC-Connect Unix emulator to support Windows95 and re-named the product SCO TermVision. The software enables Windows 3.1, Windows95 and Windows NT clients to access character-based Unix applications, files, directories and services. The company is also offering a new remote systems administration and management tool which runs in conjunction with TermVision and is called SCO SuperVision. Versions of the tool for the SCO XVision PC X Window server and SCO SQL-Retriever database tool will follow, although there are no prices available for them at the moment. From this month, Santa Cruz will at last begin deliveries of the AT&T Global Information Solutions-developed Advanced LAN Server for Unix, which was formerly called Pegasus, up under OpenServer. The product is claimed to be the functional equivalent of putting Windows NT Advanced Server under Santa Cruz’s Unix to provide users with access to Microsoft networks and services. A five-user licence for the new SCO Advanced Server will go for $1,000.

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