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August 14, 1988

OGIS INFORMATION SYSTEM SELLS PENSEE

By CBR Staff Writer

OGIS Information Systems, a 100% subsidiary of Osaka Gas, has begun selling Pensee, the automatic translation system jointly developed with Oki Electric Systems for the IBM PS/55 personal computer series: the system requires 60Mb or more on disk and OGIS will sell it through six dealers, and direct to end users in its role as an authorised IBM dealer; up to now, OGIS has been selling the Unix version of Pensee on Oki’s if1000 workstation, and it ported the system to the Japanese version of the PS/2 machine, which went out to software houses in March this year; Pensee has a 90,000 word dictionary, and maximum of another 60,000 words can be added to cater for specialised disciplines; translation speed is 3,000 words per hour.

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