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July 22, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

AEG AG’s heavy investment in its Fort Lauderdale-based ModComp, Modular Computer Systems Inc is beginning to pay off, and the company has won two big orders for its real-time Unix systems. The Jet Propulsion Laboratory wants 57 Tri-Dimensional Model 9735 68030-based REAL/IX machines for NASA’s Deep Space Network tracking facility, and Venezuela steel company Siderurgica del Orinoco CA will be paying $3m for 11 Tri-Ds with the Pace/32 process control software for the Puerto Ordaz steel plant.

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