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May 17, 1987

APRICOT INTEGRATES DIGITAL MICROSYSTEMS’ PRODUCTS WITH ITS OWN IN NEW OFFERINGS

By CBR Staff Writer

Apricot Computers Plc has moved quickly to integrate the products of its Digital Microsystems acquisition from Extel Group Plc with its own: it is offering a version of its 80386 machine as a server on the Digital Microsystems HiNet; the DMS 4000 has 2Mb 32-bit RAM, 70Mb file server and 20Mb disk server; the company is also offering a new 10MHz 80286 HiNet XA diskless workstation which comes in at UKP1,400.

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