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July 29, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Taligent Inc’s owners Apple Computer Inc, Hewlett-Packard Co and IBM Corp each said they will ship the object-oriented Taligent Application Environment, TalAE, on their major product lines next year. Apple will deploy TalAE on PowerPC and PowerOpen-compliant machines with Taligent’s People, Places & Things user interface. Hewlett will offer TalAE with HP-UX and IBM plans to deliver TalAE for OS/2 and AIX in 1995, and parts of TalAE for OS/400 as well. IBM is also working with Taligent to ensure interoperability between OpenDoc and Taligent object technologies. Apple says that support will enable TalAE and the Macintosh Application Environment to run AIX, Macintosh and Taligent applications side-by-side. When Apple migrates to a microkernel-based operating system in 1996, it will host Taligent Object Services on the microkernel and begin to incorporate Taligent technologies into the Macintosh operating system. At Hewlett-Packard, Taligent applications will be able to front end existing HP-UX applications.

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