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February 8, 1988

OLIVETTI, SIEMENS, ERICSSON SAID TO LINE UP BEHIND TRON

By CBR Staff Writer

Reports from Tokyo suggest that US and European computer manufacturers are organising to keep a watching brief on Tron The Real-time Operating Nucleus – developed as a universal machine-independent evironment that can be optimised for the full range of computing applications. Newsbytes Japan reports that 10 European computer-related firms, including Olivetti, Siemens and L M Ericsson, are planning to team up with members of the Japanese Tron Association to establish a Tron office in Europe. The office is expected to be in either the Netherlands or Switzerland. Some companies in the US are also reportedly in discussions to establish a Tron office, while in South Korea, the Korea Information Industry Association is expected to establish a local Tron Association in May. In Japan, 95 computer manufacturers, including all the local majors as well as IBM Japan and Unisys Japan have joined the Tron Association.

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