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November 16, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

Unisys Corp last week launched six new CTOS SuperGen and 10 new EISA and AT bus personal computer systems (the PW2s) that all use its Intel Corp-based Common Engineering Platform first introduced on the low-end models in its U6000 Unix family. Using the same hardware base for CTOS, personal computer and Unix lines, and then adding the appropriate graphics, input-output and subsystem options, cuts the company’s manufacturing costs and provides it with more flexibility on operating systems offered – the list currently includes Windows, NetWare, UnixWare, Santa Cruz Operation Inc Unix, Open Desktop, OS/2 and CTOS. NT is promised for December. Even the desktop A Series A7 proprietary mainframe now uses the Common Engineering Platform.

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