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May 25, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

At the same lunch, Allen really put the cat among the pigeons by saying that as part of the general review of the alliance between AT&T and Ing C Olivetti & Co, AT&T might not buy all its personal computers from Olivetti in future – causing AT&T to rush out a statement late yesterday saying that it had no plans to reduce its purchases of personal computers from Olivetti. AT&T added that it was reassessing its partnership with Olivetti. Allen had said that when when AT&T picked a supplier for personal computers, it may not turn out to be Olivetti. Equally, it was implied, AT&T might try to find other European outlets for its 3B Unix CPUs, and Olivetti might stop selling them.

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