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May 3, 1994

PARALLAN COMPUTER WORRY OVER PROFITS

By CBR Staff Writer

Parallan Computer Inc repeated its assertion that royalties based on IBM Corp sales of its servers are not sufficient to sustain the company on a profitable basis and that no agreement has been reached on future revenues: IBM’s obligation to pay Parallan minimum royalties ended on December 31 and revenues will now consist of actual royalties of IBM sales of Parallan-developed products plus any additional revenues that may be agreed by IBM and Parallan in the future – which doesn’t look at all bright.

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