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July 2, 1990

FROST & SULLIVAN PREDICTS $10,000M UNIX MARKET IN EUROPE BY 1994

By CBR Staff Writer

In a study of Unix in Europe, Frost & Sullivan Inc, New York, predicts that the market will be worth up to $10,400m by 1994, with government procurement policies playing an increasingly important role in its growth. The mid-range sector will account for around 42% of these sales, with West Germany remaining the single largest European market, albeit with a share declining from 23% to 20.5%. The UK will retain its second place with a 19.25% share, France coming third and Italy fourth, its share climbing from 10% to 12%. The report costs $3,900.

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