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October 20, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Helpfully plugging the hole left in its West German operations by a drastic shortfall in orders from Siemens AG under its long term supply agreement, Apollo Computer Inc has won Nixdorf Computer AG as a second major West German OEM customer for its workstations. Under the agreement, no doubt negotiated during the longuers of Open Software Foundation meetings – the two are both founder sponsors – Nixdorf has the right to market Apollo’s workstations worldwide as part of its Targon line of Unix systems, which also includes its own 680XO multiprocessors and Pyramid Technology Inc’s Unix minis. No value was put on the agreement.

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