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July 10, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

Don Berey, group show director of the Unix Expo trade show and conference, which takes place in New York between October 30 and November 1 at the usual venue – the Jacob K Javits Convention Center – says that bookings are going well despite the sluggish economy, with 165 exhibitors already signed up, compared with 143 on the same date last year. The exhibition has increased its floor space by moving to the larger upper level of the Center, mainly, it says, because companies such as Digital Equipment Corp, Fujitsu Ltd, Ingres Corp, NCR Corp, Sequent Computer Systems Inc, Unify Corp and WordPerfect Corp are all demanding larger stands. Berey hopes to attract 225 exhibitiors this year, 30 or so up on last year, and expects some 23,000 visitors. Unix Expo International is also asking for nominations for its International Award for Excellence in Open Systems, which will be presented to an end-user organisation that best exemplifies, illustrates or advances the cause of open systems. Anyone (including vendors) can put forward nominations.

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