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October 20, 1988

COMPUTERLAND STORES TO RETAIL UNIX SYSTEMS

By CBR Staff Writer

ComputerLand Corp reckons that there is now a retail market for personal computers running Unix, and has done a deal with the Santa Cruz Operation Inc under which ComputerLand will provide complete systems based on Compaq Computer Corp’s 80386-based micros running SCO Xenix 386 – which should be called Unix now. ComputerLand will make the entire SCO Xenix/Unix product line available to all its North American franchisees who are authorised by Santa Cruz Operation.

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