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July 6, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Televideo Systems Inc has brought its Unix-based 80386 box to the UK, as well as a number of other new products announced in the US at Comdex and is hoping to attack the Unix engineering workstation market dominated by Apollo Computer and Sun Microsystems as well as the the general purpose multi-user Unix market. The major announcements include the Intel-based Telenix 286 and 386 machines running Unix System V and MS-DOS concurrently using the DOS-Merge facility that is offered under Microport System’s implementation of Unix System V. A 40Mb hard disk Telenix 286 supporting up to five users with 1Mb RAM, 1.2Mb floppy drive and 60Mb tape will cost UKP5,995. A 16-user Telenix 386 with a 71Mb hard disc will cost around UKP9,000. The Telenix 386 will support 2Mb to 16Mb RAM and up to 150Mb hard disk and 60Mb tape streamer.

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