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November 1, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

It seems that Louis Gerstner was really serious when he said in effect that the operating system wars were over and that Microsoft Corp had won – yesterday the company announced DB2 for Windows NT, promising that it integrates with NT operating system functions and supports four local network protocols – TCP/IP, NetBIOS, IPX/SPX and APPC. It complies with Open Database Connectivity Level 2, supporting 16-bit and 32-bit ODBC applications under Windows NT, and providing Windows95 client support.DB2 for Windows NT Version 2.1 comes in single-user and server versionsand has a one-time charge of $1,500 for the server version; it is to ship from November 24. The single-user version will sell for $370.

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