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November 22, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Synersoft SA, a French company based in Paris and specialising in Unix linking and windowing porting, has announced of PC-Interface for the ICL DRS 300 and the Clan 4, 5, 6, and 7 ranges – which have recently been renamed the DRS 400 and 500 systems. PC Interface, developed by Locus Computing Corp of Santa Monica, California, facilitates file transfer between the MS-DOS and Unix operating systems. The implementation was done for Level 4 of the ISO/OSI-compatible ICL Oslan network, and carried out at the request of ICL France. Synersoft acts as a European representative for Locus, and holds a full source licence for both the MS-DOS and Unix side.

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