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February 17, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

In yet another snub for AT&T’s sad 3B family of Unix processors, Ricoh Co has abandoned plans to develop an engineering workstation based on the AT&T 3B2/400, which had been planned for availability as the Ricoh/AT&T EWS in January 1988. The company abandoned the plan because the high price of the 3B2 made it impossible to get the price below Y=3m – $23,000. Ricoh is now considering whether it should develop its own engineering workstations.

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