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April 22, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Tandem Computers UK Ltd yesterday held the UK launches of the NonStop CLX and the LXN, the re-engineered Altos 3086 box that forms the fault-tolerant hardware supplier’s first foray into the Unix market; single CLXs start at UKP52,848 with the LXN, the first product in a line that will be extended within the next few months, at UKP21,188 and the Laser-LX printer is UKP2,320; the company says it did not consider a fault-tolerant Unix such as that sold by Parallel as it wanted to adhere to the industry standards that are emerging and to benefit from the existing raft of software.

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