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November 17, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Matsushita Electric Industrials Co continues to point up its revived interest in the computer market with the release this week of an office automation software development support system that runs on DEC VAX 8000s under the Ultrix version of Unix, and supports Panacom M terminals from Matsushita and NEC Corp PC-9800 personal computers: called SDSS, for Software Development Support System, the product offers development aids such as on-screen flowcharts and design sheets, including the HCP methodology from Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp, and the SDEM specifications from Fujitsu, and follows right through the development process to provide tools for debugging the finished product; it is claimed to reduce the effort by 50%, the cost by 18%.

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