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May 17, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Apollo Computer Inc’s recently-introduced advanced Prism architecture and Domain Series 10000 Personal Supercomputer received another major boost with the announcement of support from 17 additional hardware and software suppliers. These companies join the 20 firms that announced their support at Apollo’s introduction of the Series 10000 in Boston in March. The companies have committed to integrate the Personal Supercomputer into their product lines, offering their applications on the new system, or providing other software or hardware support. The 17 announcing support are: Analogy Inc; Analytical Methods Inc; Calma Co; Oracle Corp; Agave; ESI; Framasoft; Paris VII University; Kongsberg Navigation A/S; MapTech A/S; Veritas Sesam Systems A/S; BYG Systems Ltd; Pafec Ltd; IBZ Digital Productions GmbH; and T-Program GmbH; Belsim; and LTAS.

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