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March 19, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Don’t tell anyone in Detroit about this, but there was nobody available at the old Sperry base in Salt Lake City that is now the Unisys Unix headquarters to put flesh on the bones of the announcement that Unisys was merging the Burroughs Convergent Unix machines with the ones Sperry took OEM from NCR, Arete Systems and Computer Consoles – because they all want to finish up their leave entitlement before the end of the financial year: the news may not have got as far west as Salt Lake City yet fellahs, but Sperry, which used to end its year in March, is now part of Unisys, the new name for Burroughs, which closes its books on December 31.

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