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March 24, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

ITL Information Technology Plc has long had an OEM contract with ICL for minicomputers for use as communications processors, but has not otherwise been much of a player in the OEM market. The introduction of its new fault-tolerant Momentum 21090 range of 68020 Unix machines that use software from Sequoia Systems has changed all that, and the Hemel Hempstead company has now set up an OEM division to sell the new machines through major systems houses and value-added resellers. Peter Christou has been tapped from Stratus Computer to head the new unit. The company’s pitch is that UKP1m buys a Tandem machine doing 26 TPI transactions a second, a Stratus doing 50, or an ITL doing 84.

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