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January 10, 1988

FIFTH FORCE SUPPORTS TRANSPARENT UNIX MS-DOS FILE TRANSFER ON ITS 80386 BOX

By CBR Staff Writer

Fifth Force Inc, based in Alhambra, California has introduced an 80386 micro, differentiating the machine from the generality of 80386 boxes by packaging it with firmware and software that enables the transparent transfer of data files between MSDOS and Unix and vice-versa. Fifth Force manufactures 80286 and 80386 machines through its Silver Dollars International parent company and has added software through a partnership with Decathlon Data Systems, which also provides integrated office automation software for the system, which is likely to sell for around $9,000. OEM deals are in the works with firms from the UK, Germany and Switzerland, declares sales and marketing chief Karl Schlicht.

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