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March 24, 1987

NIPPON DATA GENERAL HAS AGREEMENTS WITH THREE COMPANIES TO SELL SOFTWARE ON ECLIPSE MV 32-BIT MINIS AND WORKSTATIONS

By CBR Staff Writer

Nippon Data General has concluded marketing tie-ups with three companies to sell their (US-developed) artificial intelligence software on its Eclipse MV 32-bit minis and workstations: the products are KBMS, sold in Japan by NTT, KEE, sold by CSK, and Inference ART sold by Nichimen; Nippon Data General aleady sells DEC’s OPS5, Toyo Information Systems’ Super-BRAIN, and Mitsubishi Research Institute’s Zeus, but is anxious for more.

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