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April 5, 1987

MASSCOMP ENTERS RELATIONSHIP WITH VI FOR GRAPHICS SOFTWARE

By CBR Staff Writer

Masscomp, Massachusetts Computer Corp, has entered a joint marketing relationship with VI Corp for VI’s line of DataViews Graphics Software Products. VI will team up with Masscomp to offer DV-Draw and DV-Tools to Masscomp in a joint sales programme co-ordinated through Masscomp field offices. In addition, Masscomp, of Westford, Massachusetts, will promote VI products into government and commercial accounts which require extreme reliability in real-time displays of dynamic data inputs. According to David Schell, manager of the Complementary Products Program at Masscomp, DataViews has long been popular with many of our customers. It is rapidly becoming a standard for typical applications in the areas of data acquisition, network monitoring and command and control in which Masscomp is a price/performance leader. All VI products are written in C and were developed under Unix, specifically for use in the Unix workstation environment. VI says that DataViews has a variety of user-generated graphics and display type formats and user interfaces, is modular in design, and enables the generation of efficient displays of real-time data or data that must be monitored on a continuous basis. VI, based in Amherst, Massachusetts, is a start-up company and has been developing and marketing graphics software for scientific and engineering applications only since February 1986.

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