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June 30, 1987

ROYAL NAVY PICKS SYSTEMS DESIGNERS, UNIX

By CBR Staff Writer

The Scientific division of Systems Designers Plc has won a contract to be the prime contractor to the Royal Navy for administrative computer systems. The OASIS System III contract is valued at around UKP5m and is intended for on-shore and off-shore Navy facilities. The main sub-contractor will be Gould supplying its PN 6000 machines running Unix. The software will be based on Relational Technology’s Ingres database management system and Systems Designers will develop application software and provide the project management. Standard PN 6040 machines will be used for the stationary installations with ruggedised versions for mobile sites.

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