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Open-Xchange to bundle Novell\'s SuSE server

By   |  July 13, 2005

Collaboration server developer Open-Xchange will now bundle Novell\’s SuSE Linux Enterprise server with Open-Xchange.

Open-Xchange is a collaboration platform that integrates open-source and proprietary servers and clients. The server is accessible through a Web browser as well as popular clients such as Outlook and handheld devices.

SuSE\’s Openexchange Server is based on the Open-Xchange (OX) server engine. In December of 2004 Novell announced it would no longer sell its own SuSE Linux version of Open-Xchange, but integrate the Netline-created product into SuSE Linux.

The code for the Open-Xchange server was released to the open source community in August 2004.

In April this year Open-Xchange released Open-Xchange 5 as a standalone product and this deal clarifies the relationship between the two organisations . In terms of this agreement Netline will continue to support and upgrade existing SuSE but will also be able to offer OX for distributions beyond Novell.

“When we released our first standalone commercial product, Open-Xchange 5 we predicted a fair amount of traction, but we have been overwhelmed by the hundreds of customers and hundreds of partners who have now become part of the Open-Xchange ecosystem,” said Frank Hoberg, CEO of newly-formed Open-Xchange.

“By decoupling Open-Xchange from a single distribution, customers get greater flexibility and true open-source choices.\”

As part of the deal Open-Xchange will be included in Novell’s Technology Partner Program and will receive selling, marketing and development support.


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