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April 4, 1996


By CBR Staff Writer

It’s not his view but that of his customers, but it sounds ridiculous nonetheless: of Intel Corp’s 75MHz Pentium, Dave Simon, co-owner of 32nd Street Computers Inc, in New York told PC Week For all intents and purposes, the P75 is useless.

Amdahl Corp claims to have done $150m on Sparc kit in two years.

Israeli printing and publishing software company Scitex Corp faces an unsolicited bid from a former officer in the Israeli army’s elite Golani unit, Davidi Gilo, who is offering $856m for the company, which had the misfortune to be one of the companies whose shares were criminally pledged as security for loans by the late Robert Maxwell.

Amdahl Corp has met its commitment date for volume shipment of Spectris RAID Storage Subsystem for non-stop System/390 storage and consistent Parallel Sysplex performance.

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