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September 12, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Marlborough, Massachusetts-based Banyan Systems Inc claims that its Vines SMP is the first multi-processing personal computer network operating system, and the first such system to support Compaq Computer Corp’s Systempro servers with two 80386s, two 80486s or one of each. All server-based network applications and services run on whichever CPU is available, and it is compatible with the other Vines. It is designed to support up to eight Intel microprocessors and versions for other multiprocessor machines are planned. It ships for Systempro this month at $14,000.

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