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May 10, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Hot on the heels of its pact with Prime Computer Inc, Locus Computing Corp, Santa Monica, California has announced a major licence agreement with Honeywell Bull Inc, and a development agreement with Micom Systems Inc for its PC-Interface software, which enables MS-DOS and PC-DOS based computers to share peripherals, file space and processing power transparently with a Unix or Xenix host computer. The pact with Honeywell Bull grants the mainframer a non-exclusive, three-year worldwide licence to integrate PC-Interface with its systems. The Micom agreement calls for Locus to develop software enabling integration of PC-Interface with the NI5010 controller board for local area networks. As well as Prime and AT&T, Locus numbers Sun Microsystems, Ridge Computers, Celerity Computing, Arete Systems and UniSoft Corp among its PC Interface customers.

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