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March 2, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Nippon Sun Microsystems and Prime Computer have signed an agreement under which Nippon Sun will have access to Prime’s library of software packages for marketing to run on Sun workstations: packages covered by the agreement include the Medusa and GNC, which run on the Sun 3/60; there are few competing products in the Prime and Sun lines, and collaboration will enable the two companies to offer links between their hardware running the same applications; Sun sells only the American language version of the Sun workstations, while its joint venture partner Toshiba Corp sells the Japanese version of the Sun 3, as the AS3000, providing Japanese language functionality through the use of a Unix product called JAE for Japanese Advanced Environment, from AT&T Co Bell Laboratories.

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