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October 12, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

Gradient Technologies Inc, Marlborough, Massachusetts, will convert its Open Software Foundation DCE Version 1.1 implementation for AT&T Global Information Solutions MP-RAS 3.0 operating system, and AT&T will resell all of Gradient’s Distributed Computing Environment products. These include SysV-DCE for UnixWare, PC-DCE for Windows 3.1, and PC-DCE/32 for Windows NT. AT&T System V.4 MP-RAS 3.0 is compatible with UnixWare 1.1, and runs on AT&T server systems including the 3000 line of Unix servers. System V.4 MP-RAS 3.0 includes Legent Corp’s Networking StreamWare TCP for MP-RAS, and Gradient’s iFOR/LS software licensing system. The latter provides access to software distributed on the company’s CD-ROM set. AT&T will resell all of Gradient’s existing Distributed Computing Environment products, while both Gradient and AT&T will sell SysV-DCE for MP-RAS 3.0. SysV-DCE for MP-RAS 3.0 will be available on November 1. Pricing is determined by system and ranges from $2,000 for a Model 3300 series Server licence up to $16,000 for the Model 3600 series Server licence.

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