Caldera, Inc. was a Canopy-funded software company founded in October 1994 and incorporated in January 1995 by former Novell employees Bryan Sparks, Ransom Love and others to develop the Caldera Network Desktop and later create a Linux distribution named OpenLinux. The company was originally based in Provo and later in Orem, Utah, USA.
The later OpenLinux distribution was based on the German LST Power Linux distribution maintained by Stefan Probst’s and Ralf Flaxa’s company LST Software GmbH (with LST standing for Linux Support Team) in Erlangen, Germany.
Putting design, color, ink and substrate control at your fingertips, TextilePro is the top-flight textile print suite from Caldera that makes production of decorative or industrial products quick, precise and profitable.
TextilePro’s intuitive interface is built to ensure your designs and colors are matched throughout production and help you create patterns, variations and repeats without error and without waste.
CopyRIP is the easy-to-use, yet powerful desktop RIP solution for small-volume wide-format Print providers running a small print operation.
With intuitive features such as Step & Repeat and Nest-O-Matik™ included as standard, CopyRIP optimizes your media usage on the fly, while SuperSpooler gives you ultimate control over your print jobs. You can stop, release, reorder or change a job at any time, even if you’re not at your desk, using a remote web browser.
EasyMEDIA is a step-by-step wizard which allows you to specify the color gamut for any print configuration with a given media in no time at all.
Thanks to the simple steps in EasyMEDIA to calibrate transition, linearization and ink use, printers can fine-tune their color processing for optimum stability and consistency across their output.
EasyMEDIA incorporates i1Prism V2, the state-of-the-art profile builder from X-Rite, so you can guarantee accurate, repeatable color across all your devices.