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July 25, 1988

IBM FINALLY GETS NOD TO JOIN X/OPEN UNIX CLUB

By CBR Staff Writer

It takes longer than getting into a select London club to join the X/Open Unix applications consortium, but after due process, IBM, which applied in May, has been admitted. IBM boosts the combined revenues of member companies to $108,000m. IBM put its name down following formation of the Open Software Foundation, which has included conformance to X/Open’s Common Applications Environment within its charter. Of the eight Foundation members, only Apollo Computer is not a member of X/Open, and although it says it too applied in May, X/Open says it has not yet received the application.

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