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May 10, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

With enormous investment in automated manufacturing and surface mount technology for its personal computers, NCR Corp needs to drive the machines as hard as possible, and to win more sales, has introduced a series of 80386-based Unix workstation versions, going to Interactive Systems Corp for the Unix. It will take Interactive’s 386/xi version of Unix V.3, offering it at $645 in the US, and selling it in conjunct i-on with two other Interactive products: the software development system (containing Unix utilities) at $595; and VP/ix, developed with Phoenix Technologies, for running MS-DOS programs under Unix, at $395. 80286 models will still be offered with Xenix. NCR also has MS OS/2 for the line, enhanced with structured file directories and booting in either MS-DOS or OS/2.

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