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July 20, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

There is a widespread misconception that Amdahl Corp has given up on its ambitious transaction-oriented IBM-compatible operating system – not at all: Aspen has been a development programme for six years; it will be bigger this year than last, its budget is growing, president John Lewis has just told Informationweek – if we didn’t want to make it a product, we wouldn’t spend money on it, the problem comes from speculation about it – we have been inundated with customer requests for briefings, yet the more our people talk with customers, the more customers want talk and the less work gets done; it is an unannounced product, when it comes time, we’ll announce it.

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