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July 12, 1987

UNGERMANN-BASS OFFERS SOFTWARE FOR DISPARATE FILE FORMATS

By CBR Staff Writer

Ungermann-Bass Inc has introduced a software package that it claims will support file access and management functions for micros, minis and mainframes from different manufacturers. The Universal File Manager, developed by Ungermann-Bass subsidiary Linkware Corp of Waltham, Massachusetts, will reconcile different file formats on systems made by IBM, DEC, Hewlett-Packard, Apple, Wang and Convergent Technologies supporting MVS, VM, VMS, Ultrix, Unix System III and V, as well as Berkeley 4.1 operating systems. Ungermann-Bass is selling the software direct to end-users for $225 for PC-DOS; for $1,500 on minis and for $7,000 for mainframes.

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