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February 27, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Data General Corp will start shipping its first low-end desktop AV4500 servers at the start of March. The uniprocessor Fmachines, targeted at the commercial market, will be based on the Motorola Inc 88110 chip and cost from $10,000. The company will follow this up at CeBit with a range of other machines, including 12- and 16-way servers, which are scheduled for release in the early summer. At the same time, the company will announce it has signed a host of European distributors and software vendors and demonstrate how Oracle Corp’s Parallel Server can be used as an AViiON clustering system. This product is in beta test at the moment and should be available in the next couple of months. Data General also says it is still interested on implementis still interested on implementing DG/UX for other architectures, particularly the PowerPC and Intel Corp iAPX-86, and is currently in discussions with other vendors about putting the operating system up on their hardware.

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