CUPERTINO, Calif. -- Apple(R) (NASDAQ:AAPL) today announced that Mac OS(R) X Server version 10.3 "Panther," the most advanced release of Apple's award-winning UNIX-based server operating system ever with over 150 new features, will ship at the same time as Panther on October 24. Panther Server integrates leading open source and open standards software with easy-to-use management tools that make it easy to deploy popular open source solutions for Mac(R), Windows and Linux clients. New features include a revolutionary Server Admin tool that makes it easy for administrators to set up and manage the open source software built in to Mac OS X; Open Directory 2 for hosting scalable LDAP directory and Kerberos authentication services; Samba 3 for providing login and home directory support for Windows clients; and the JBoss application server for running powerful J2EE applications.

At the 115th Audio Engineering Society (AES) Convention, AMD (NYSE:AMD) today announced support for and forthcoming support for the Zappa studio with AMD Opteron(tm) processor-based digital audio workstations and servers. Also known as the Utility Muffin Research Kitchen (UMRK), this studio is being equipped with AMD64 technology for 32- and 64-bit processing that enables Dweezil Zappa to compose music and move his father's master analog tapes into the new surround digital formats.

LONDON, UK — Xinit Systems Limited, a UK based Linux server and storage solutions vendor today announced a storage management platform called Openfiler for building NAS (Network Attached Storage) appliances using industry standard x86 architecture with commodity components. Openfiler is a powerful, intuitive browser-based network storage management utility. Openfiler, combined with the underlying Linux-based operating system, delivers a multi-protocol file-based NAS and aims to provide block-based SAN (Storage Area Networking) capabilities in a single framework. Openfiler is ideal for multi-platform networks where the workstations/servers are running heterogeneous OSes, e.g. Microsoft® Windows® 98/XP/2000, Mac OS 9/X®, UNIX® and Linux®.

SAN DIEGO -- Accelrys Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Pharmacopeia, Inc. (NASDAQ:PCOP), today announced plans to release Insight II(R) and Catalyst(R), Accelrys' premiere modeling and simulation software suites, for the Linux operating system. Accelrys will collaborate with IBM to complete the porting and certify the products on the latest IBM IntelliStation(R) workstations running Red Hat Linux. These new versions will allow researchers to take advantage of the stability, speed and graphical capabilities of stand-alone Linux workstations, also giving them the choice to add IBM eServer(TM) systems running either Linux or IBM AIX(R) for compute-intensive calculations. The products are expected to be commercially available by December 2003, and Accelrys plans to distribute full software/hardware solution packages on certified IBM configurations.

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