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October 9, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

AEG AG’s Modular Computer Systems Inc down in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, surprisingly still has a big enough market for its 16bit Classic realtime minicomputers that it finds it worth coming out with a new model, the Classic III/90, which runs under the MAX IV operating system. The new III/90 has the same self-contained chassis as the Classic III/95, to which it can be upgraded and is the first product from ModComp’s new Industrial Automation Systems Division: out now, it costs from $69,300. The Industrial Automation Services Division was formed to look after ModComp’s installed base of cus-tomers in metals, chemicals and utilities.ModComp has also signed Computer Network Systems Pty Ltd of Chatswood, New South Wales as its exclusive distributor for Aus-tralia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. It will provide both hardware and software support with the full ModComp product line.

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