Jobs says OS X is Enterprise class

Apple CEO Steve Jobs says the new OS X operating system has attracted the interest of Java and Unix developers as it is built on a Unix core with built-in support for Sun's Java 2 platform. Jobs also says biomolecular research companies, higher-education and enterprise markets have shown "tremendous interest" in OS X. The executive calls the OS the biggest change to the Macintosh computer in 17 years.

For more, read techweb.com, reuters.yahoo and macworld.zdnet.com.

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