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November 16, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Pick-under-Unix specialist VMark Software Inc has now put its Pick-derived uniVerse database up under Microsoft Corp’s Windows NT, saying the development provides those application-starved Windows NT users with immediate access to over 1,300 proven commercial applications that currently run on a large range of Unix systems. It is offering UniVerse for Windows NT/Server Edition for applications with a high number of concurrent users and workload, which for four to 64 concurrent users is priced at $435 per user and for 65 or more concurrent users, priced at $365 per user. UniVerse for Windows NT/Workgroup Edition is for applications on departmental or workgroup servers and costs $295 per user for from one to 24 concurrent users. And the UniVerse for Windows NT/Developers Toolkit is for developers originating new applications for Universe. It is priced at $395 for a two-user licence, and includes a Basic compiler, a client-server development library and a full documentation set. It is up under the Alpha and R-series RISC versions of NT as well as iAPX-86.

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