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April 20, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Tandem Computer Inc’s Ungermann Bass has changed the way it packages its NetDirector network management applications, so that customers need pay only for the functionality they require. Release 1.1 of NetDirector for Hewlett-Packard Co and Sun Microsystems Inc, will henceforth be sold as two different bundles – NetDirector for Unix Network Node Manager at $10,000; and NetDirector for Unix SNMP Platform at $6,000. An IBM Corp version of the product is due soon. The firm has also integrated version 2.0 of its Paradigm problem management applications with NetDirector for Unix, but customers have to buy this separately – it starts at $16,500. Version 2.0 incorporates a new facility for tracking service level agreements and a Windows client. It is also possible to bundle release 1.1 of the FocusView series of applications with NetDirector for an extra $6,000. FocusView now manages DragonSwitch, Access/Stax and Access/One hubs.

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