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February 22, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

Sun Microsystems Inc, Mountain View, California is licensing and deploying internally the Bristol Group Inc’s IsoFax Open Look-based network facsimile system, which runs on Sparc processors, and its new companion workgroup information manager, PowerBase. The Larkspur, California company’s PowerBase/Workgroup is a client-server package designed to enable network users to schedule activities. It streamlines the use of telephone, facsimile, electronic mail, post and express mail and provides IsoFax with a shareable facsimile address book. PowerBase, which also come with a Motif-based user interface and is also available on Hewlett-Packard Co and IBM Corp systems will sell for $400 for a single client licence, $2,500 for six, $1,000 for a server.

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