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February 7, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Two consortia are in the running for a five year computer contract provide every Member of the European Parliament with a terminal in his or her constituency, to keep them in touch when they are away from Brussels or Strasbourg or wherever Europarl happens to be this week: according to the Financial Times, February 15 is decision day for the UKP5m Ovide2 contract, and ICL is bidding Clan Unix boxes in consortium with GFI SA in France and ViCorp of Switzerland, while Bull SA is bidding boxes with software from SD Scicon Plc in Camberley, and networking from Danet GmbH in West Germany; the Parliament’s own technical service is currently said to be leaning towards Bull.

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