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June 3, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Apollo Computer Inc, Chelmsford, Massachusetts, has won its biggest OEM contract yet – $100m over 18 months from Mentor Graphics Corp, of Beaverton, Oregon. Already Apollo’s largest customer, Mentor, which builds electronic design automation systems, will be taking the Domain Series 3000 Personal Workstations and the high-end DN570 Turbo graphics workstations. And a Mentor Graphics subsidiary, Context Corp, already based its electronic technical publishing line of Context Documentation Workstations, on the Domain 3000 and will take some of the machines under the new contract. There’s little question that we would not be one of the seven leading CAE/CAD/CAM companies in the U.S. today without Apollo, avers a grateful Mentor Graphics.

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