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October 26, 1988

CULLINET SOFTWARE TO TURN ITS SOFTWARE PRODUCTS OVER TO UNIX USERS NEXT YEAR

By CBR Staff Writer

Cullinet Software Inc is set to announce support for Unix System V in November, users attending the Cullinet User Week in St Louis, Missouri were told last week. Vice-president John Landry revealed that a Unix version of Cullinet’s IDMS/SQL database management system would be available early next year. According to Landry, Cullinet applications will eventually be capable of accessing data from any database supporting SQL: first on the cards is Oracle Corp’s Oracle, scheduled for April next year. The aim of Cullinet’s Enterprise Computing strategy is to provide the company’s database, application and computer-aided software engineering products on the gamut of machines from micros to departmental systems and mainframes.

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