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July 23, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Corvus Systems Inc, the San Jose company just discharged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, has new OmniShare software that enables the hard disk on an MS-DOS micro to be used for network storage on Apple II, Macintosh and MS-DOS networks using the Constellation network operating system simultaneously: the software is compatible with other network operating systems and can be used in conjunction with Novell’s NetWare; it costs $1,000, is aimed at the educational market, and supports up to 256Mb of disk.

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