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July 22, 1990

HEWLETT-PACKARD RELEASES HP SOFTWARE INTEGRATION SOCKETS FOR ITS HP 900 UNIX COMPUTERS

By CBR Staff Writer

Hewlett-Packard Co has released HP Software Integration Sockets for its HP 9000 Unix computers, describing the product as the first in a series of software-integration tools for integration of software applications for industrial automation: the product is part of HP OpenCIM strategic-manufacturing initiative, one of the three model environments in the NewWave Computing strategy; Sockets is designed to enable applications from various vendors to exchange information from other vendors without requiring the alteration of either the data structures or logic of the specific application, using adaptive data reformatting and process control; the application program interface is accessible in Pascal, Fortran or C languages; the integrator for up to four applications costs $7,500; for 16, $25,000; for 48, $50,000; and 96 costs $75,000.

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