Caldera Establishes Japanese Subsidiary -- Caldera K.K. -- With Support From Fujitsu and Hitachi.
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OREM, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 31, 2001
Local Office Demonstrates Caldera's Long-Term Commitment to
Providing Linux and UNIX UNIX
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Fujitsu and Hitachi Show Support Through Investment
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Backed by key industry partners, Caldera K.K. will have local offices providing local Linux and UNIX business solutions to the Japanese marketplace. Investments by Fujitsu Ltd. and Hitachi Ltd. in Caldera K.K. accelerate and support Caldera's business focus.
"Fujitsu welcomes the establishment of Caldera K.K.," said Akira Ozora, general manager, Linux Division of Fujitsu Ltd. "We believe the high reliability and stability of OpenLinux will lead toward its increased application in the business market.
"We have been expanding our product line-up and support menu for business-use Linux systems, and now, in cooperation with the newly established Caldera K.K., we look forward to providing optimal Linux solutions for our customers in Japan and further expanding Linux applications for the business market."
"Hitachi sees Caldera as a leader in providing Linux and UNIX solutions for Japan," said Masato Manda, director, Linux Business Center, Platform Solution Development Division of Hitachi Ltd.
"Our support for Caldera K.K. is reflective of that leadership. Caldera K.K. brings with it the services, knowledge and technology that we believe will ensure success in a Japanese business setting. Hitachi will work hand-in-hand with Caldera to take Linux to the next level in the market."
"Japan partners have waited a long time for a strong Linux provider to demonstrate a lasting business commitment," said Ransom Love Ransom Love is the co-founder and former chief executive officer of Caldera, now the SCO Group. After the SCO v. IBM lawsuit was started by his successor Darl McBride, he officially terminated all relationships with the company and joined the board of directors of Progeny , chief executive officer of Caldera International.
"Caldera K.K. now provides customers with local, customized Linux and UNIX solutions. Fujitsu and Hitachi's choice to invest in Caldera demonstrates their confidence in our ability above others to meet the needs of the Japanese business market."
Makoto Asoh will lead Caldera K.K. as its representative director and country manager. Asoh previously worked with Nihon SCO (The SCO Group, Lindon, UT, www.sco.com) A leading vendor of Unix operating systems for the x86 platform. SCO had also offered Linux, but abandoned the line in the spring of 2003. The SCO Group is the combination of two companies: Utah-based Caldera, Inc. , which was recently acquired by Caldera. Love announced the formation of Caldera K.K. in Tokyo at a press conference held May 31, 2001. Love will deliver a keynote speech keynote speech
See keynote address.
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keynote - the principal theme in a speech or literary work at LinuxWorld Tokyo on June 1, 2001 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Tokyo Big Site.
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