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January 31, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Insignia Solutions Inc has seen its SoftPC MS-DOS emulation running on Unix boxes from Intergraph Corp’s Clipper-based workstations, Motorola, DEC, and Hewlett-Packard already, but now the company has introduced a version for the Macintosh II at Mac Expo in San Francisco. But according to Microbytes Daily, Insignia admits that the product is best suited to Unix, where it can take advantage of virtual memory. Insignia has an A/UX version of SoftPC, but says there has been little demand. Meanwhile, the company hints that it has been holding discussions with Steve Jobs’ Next Inc company.

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