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February 4, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

In the US, the new Sun Microsystems Sun-4/110 workstation (CI No 860) starts at $18,000 with 8Mb and a mono monitor but no disk: the price is reckoned to be about half what you would have had to pay previously for that performance; Sun also added a 327Mb 18mS seek time SCSI disk at $7,700, a new version of Sun Common Lisp for the Sun-4 workstation series at $3,500, and additions to its PC-NFS networking products to support all IBM PS/2 systems; a new PC-NFS LifeLine adds electronic mail and file back-up for MS-DOS or OS/2 micros in heterogeneous networks and PC-NFS 3.0 lists for $395, LifeLine for $125.

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