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October 31, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

Hewlett-Packard Co, which has already implemented its Motif-based mouse-driven Visual User Environment graphical user interface on Sun Microsystems Inc’s Sparcstations, has now done a version for IBM Corp’s RS/6000 – or rather a mysterious company called SAIC, which will apparently be marketing the IBM version, has. Part of Hewlett-Packard’s NewWave object-oriented environment, it will run under AIX 3.1.5 up, use IBM’s standard X Window stations, and will be available next spring at $550.

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