Tandy Corp was an early supporter of Xenix, first offering it on line of 68000-based machine some five years ago. Now, although it is primarily in the Intel camp, it retains its allegiance to Xenix, and has just announced that it is offring Santa Cruz Operation’s SCO Xenix 386 for the 80386-based Tandy 4000 personal computer. SCO Xenix 286 is already available on the Tandy 3000, and the Fort Worth, Texas company claims that it is a market leader in low-end multi-user systems.
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