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November 17, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

ICL is currently working on a Unix implementation of its hardware-assisted CAFS Content-Addressable File Store high performance database search product. CAFS was introduced in 1979 for use with ICL mainframes, and is still only available bundled with Series 39 systems running VME. The new version will run on the DRS (previously Clan) series of low-end Unix micros, taking advantage of a new interface to the Ingres relational database, which is currently being implemented for the VME operating system.

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