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November 15, 1993

BANYAN SYSTEMS CONSIDER VINES ON NEW UNIX

By CBR Staff Writer

Banyan Systems Inc, Westborough, Massachusetts is said to be considering moving the native version of its Vines network operating system over to a new Unix kernel from the ancient one it presently uses, System V 3.0 and is looking at all of the major Unix providers, but a decision isn’t expected for at least 18 months; the transition will not affect the company’s existing Vines for Unix product, currently available for Santa Cruz Operation Inc Unix and scheduled to go up under HP-UX, AIX and Solaris in the first, the second and third quarters of 1994 respectively.

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