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February 19, 1989

SUN MICROSYSTEMS AWARDED $5m OEM CONTRACT BY ARIES TECHNOLOGY

By CBR Staff Writer

Aries Technology Inc, Lowell, Massachusetts, is bunding its ConceptStation mechanical computer-aided engineering software with hardware from Sun Microsystems, in an OEM deal valued at $5m. The company, which also sells its software on iAPX86-based personal computers running Unix, has already ported its software to the Sun 386i, Sun-3 and Sun-4 ranges as part of Sun’s Catalyst software porting programme, and will sell the systems both direct and through its dealer network in the US and internationally. And in a separate agreement, revitalised CAD/CAM systems specialist Daisy Systems Corp, based near Sun in Mountain View, California, has agreed to drop its own 80386-based workstation that it buys in from Intel Corp, to concentrate on Sun hardware. The specialist MegaLogician and GigaLogician hardware accelerators will now be manufactured at the Cadnetix plant in Boulder, Colorado.

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