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July 8, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

French software value-added reseller and systems integrator Softway SA has assembled a CD-ROM-based developer’s kit for Solaris 2.1, which it is selling at an introductory price of $1,280: the Kit includes Solaris 2.1, for which Softway has been appointed by SunSoft the official distributor for personal computers, an external SCSI Toshiba CD-ROM reader, and GNU freeware that includes source and binary code for Solaris Intel, C/C++ compilers, and other development tools; Softway, which is a subsidiary of ISE International, began in 1987 in San Francisco, where founder Jean-Luc Nahon made a success of repackaging French software products and selling them to US customers; it also specialises in SunSoft’s Interactive Unix.

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