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May 23, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Minneapolis, Minnesota-based Aggregate Computing Inc has started shipping its NetShare Software Development Kit, which enables programmers to distribute and run application tasks across multiple networked Unix machines. NetShare comprises development tools and utilities, administrative tools and a distributed processing engine. Developers use the tools to create a set of directions for the NetShare manager, which identifies appropriate hosts and gives the processing work to the NetShare task manager. This sends the tasks to the hosts, executes them and returns the results to the original computer. It runs under HP-UX, AIX, and Solaris linked via TCP/IP networks. Support will follow for Digital Equipment Corp’s OSF/1 and Data General Corp’s DG/UX. The software development kit costs $20,000, while the target host software needed to deploy the application costs $1,000 per computer.

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