(SCO) A supplier of Unix systems for Intel microprocessors. They supply Xenix and Open Desktop.
Founded in 1979, SCO became a public company in May, 1993 and trades on the Nasdaq National Market System under the symbol SCOC. SCO maintains its world headquarters in Santa Cruz, California, USA; a European headquarters in Watford, England; a Government Systems Group in Reston, Virginia; and offices in Asia, Australia, Canada, Latin America, and throughout Europe and the United States. In February 1993, SCO acquired IXI Limited of Cambridge, England, the leading supplier of Unix System windowing software.
noun 1. a South American aquatic plant, Victoria cruziana, of the water lily family, having floating leaves from 2–5 feet (0.6–1.5 meters) and deep pink or red flowers.
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noun 1. a city in SW California, near Los Angeles: oil wells.
noun 1. an important trade route going between Independence, Missouri, and Santa Fe, New Mexico, used from about 1821 to 1880. Santa Fe Trail /ˈsæntə ˈfeɪ/ noun 1. an important trade route in the western US from about 1821 to 1880, linking Independence, Missouri to Santa Fe, New Mexico Santa Fe Trail definition Trail extending […]