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November 8, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Beame & Whiteside Software Inc, Raleigh, North Carolina, is to offer Solaris-to-NetWare communications as BW-MultiConnect for Solaris in client or server versions, including an Internet Packet Exchange/Sequential Packet Exchange for Solaris, from next month, providing NetWare users with access to services running on Sun Microsystems Inc servers. NetWare users can also still add Beame & Whiteside’s Network File System and TCP/IP communications software. Clients cost $500 per user, server versions range from $500 for 10 users, rising to $9,700 for unlimited users.

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