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February 13, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Bull SA’s recent announcement that it was the first company to take advantage of the X/Open conformance-branding scheme heralded the availability to computer systems manufacturers of the X/Open verification testing suite, developed by Unisoft Corp. Unisoft’s verification service, available either at its Emeryville, California, or London, UK offices, uses the suite to build and execute programs that test Unix systems for compliance to the X/Open Common Application Environment. Fees are based on a testing period of no more than three days, and include a licence fee payable (by UniSoft) to X/Open: charges are $7,500 for testing a company’s first computer system and $5,000 for testing any subsequent systems at the same time. And Unisoft has also announced availability of its Global Language Support, based on Hewlett-Packard Co’s Native Language Support system; no prices given.

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