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February 13, 1989

IBM SET TO TELL US MORE ABOUT ITS IN-HOUSE DATABASE FOR THE RT UNIX BOX AT UNIFORUM

By CBR Staff Writer

Industry sources have been whispering for some time about an internal IBM project to produce a database for its main AIX Unix machine, the RT workstation. Now Computer Systems News hears that the work is being carried out at the Santa Teresa Labs in San Jose, California, under Juan Dush, manager of IBM’s data systems strategy. The same group was responsible for the Extended Edition database in OS/2. Further news on the databases is expected to emerge at the Uniforum trade show in San Francisco at the end of this month, accompanied by more details on IBM’s plans for the Next Inc NextStep user interface.

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