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September 15, 1997updated 01 Sep 2016 3:49pm

IBM SIGNS WITH CHISHOLM FOR JAVA-BASED DFS MANAGER

By CBR Staff Writer

IBM has signed an agreement with Chisholm Technologies Inc to market the company’s Distributed File System Manager. IBM’s transaction processing and Distributed Computing Environment subsidiary Transarc Corp already markets the Austin, Texas-based firm’s DCE Cell manager toolset as part of an agreement signed last November. DFS Manager is a set of Java-based graphical user interface applications designed to provide a single point of control for distributed computing and file systems management. Meanwhile Chisholm has just released version 1.6.2 of the DCE Cell manager software which now enables interoperability between Solaris 2.5.1, AIX 4.2.1 and Windows NT agent. The company says the new software also supports Digital Unix V4.0, Silicon Graphics Irix 6.2 and Siemens Nixdorf Reliant Unix 5.43. Chisholm is the internet administration tools spin-off from Fujitsu Ltd’s HAL Computer Systems Inc, subsidiary, which was re-structured last year.

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