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July 13, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

Westborough, Massachusetts-based Data General Corp has announced a come-on to encourage people to migrate to its just announced second-generation AViiON servers: customers worldwide that place orders for one new AV 8500 or AV 9500 enterprise servers can receive a five-user NetWare for Unix licence at no extra charge. Data General claims to be the first open systems vendor to offer a RISC-based Unix system with NetWare capabilities as a free option. Data General also claims to be the only Unix vendor shipping the NetWare MHS messaging system on Unix, with an optional MHS-SMTP-X400 Gateway, providing networked personal computer users with one server for file, print and mail.

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