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February 23, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Omron Tateishi Electronics wants to be the low-priced leader in workstations built to the specifications for the on-going Sigma Project proposed by the Ministry of International Trade & Industry: the Luna-Sigma is built around a Motorola 68030 and runs the Unix-based Unios-Sigma for its operating system; it will come standard with a Multi-Media Window system based on the Sigma specifications and will have local area network support, so that it can use all the Sigma tools developed so far, while running under Unix; prices will start at around $11,000.

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