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July 25, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Showing magnanimity in victory, IBM, which won Lockheed Corp’s Cadam Inc computer-aided design software development and marketing business in an auction in which Fujitsu Ltd is understood to have been a close contender, has agreed to allow Fujitsu to continue to distribute the mainframe version of Cadam on its M-series machines in Japan.It will also get Cadam Version III and the personal computer version, Micro Cadam/2, which has been written for OS/2 and will be offered on Fujitsu’s FM-R series of personal computers. Fujitsu has been selling Cadam since 1981, and hopes to sell 250 systems of the new Cadam III and 10,000 systems of Micro Cadam over the next three years. Cadam III will be converted to run on the new F6247 Graphics Display, which is a new low price, low energy terminal that offers 1.4 times the performance of its predecessor, and comes with 12Mb of video memory.

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