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October 3, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

Novell Inc continues its assault on the low end of the local network market and not only has the company agreed deals with some of its distributors to bundle DR-DOS and adaptor boards with NetWare Lite, it has also announced a new 10-user version of NetWare v3.11; on top of that the company announced price reductions for its 20, 100 and 250 user versions – due, it says to the strengthening of sterling – actually it’s the weakening of the dollar but you don’t have to know much about economics to run a computer company: a 10-user licence costs UKP1,850 and new prices are UKP2,600, UKP5,200 and UKP9,250 respectively for 20-, 100 and 250-user versions.

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