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October 2, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

Asked to comment on the Interactive-Sun tie-up, opposition leader Larry Michels, founder of Santa Cruz Operation, said It’s fine for us. It sort of puts Interactive a little out of its misery. They’ve been doing a lot of contract work for Sun anyway… there was no future in this side of the business for Kodak… it shows no product continuity on Interactive’s part (having gone from Unix V.3.2 prematurely to System V.4 and now to Solaris, a quasi V.4). We remain the only vendor-neutral house and that’s what people want. And we don’t believe System V.4 has won. [SunSoft’s competition] isn’t going to make our lives more miserable. The world will be a little tougher, but it’s also going to be bigger.

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