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April 12, 1987

SAS INSTITUTE OUTLINES PLANS FOR SAS SYSTEM AT EUROPEAN USER GROUP MEETING

By CBR Staff Writer

SAS Institute Inc, Cary, North Carolina, outlined its future plans for its SAS System data retrieval, management, analysis and presentation product at its European User Group meeting in Montreux, Switzerland last week: the 450 attendees were told that 1987 would see interfaces to IBM’s DB2 and SQL-DS and the first Unix implementations, under HP-UX on the Hewlett-Packard HP9000 and under Ultrix on the DEC VAX; mainframe and mini versions of SAS release 6.3, already available on the Personal Computer, will not, however, be available until late 1988 but deliveries of SAS/Share, which allows multiple users to read and write from SAS libraries simultaneously, and a version of SAS System for the recently announced VAXstation 2000 will begin shortly.

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