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November 24, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

A little-known software engineering company in Ljubljana, Slovenia, called Hermes Softlab has been subcontracted by Hewlett-Packard Co’s Network and Systems Management Division in Bblingen, Germany to engineer and code the next generation of its OmniBack OpenView network back-up product OmniBack, according to sources at both companies. It is not the first time that Hermes Softlab, which was founded in 1990 by four engineers as a spin-off of a larger company called Hermes, has done development work for Hewlett-Packard. It also developed the graphical user interface for OpenSpool back in 1989. The company currently handles back fixes and enhancements for OpenSpool and OmniBack. The new version, which is due out first for HP-UX systems, is scheduled to be ready to ship in mid-1994.

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