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YOKOGAWA HEWLETT-PACKARD MOVES ONTO THE COMPUTER-AIDED SW ENGINEERING MARKET

Yokogawa Hewlett-Packard Co is moving into the computer-aided software engineering market to design products that can swiftly implement custom programming for clients and minimise development time, starting with Hewlett’s tools for system expansion and maintenance: the first product, HP SoftBench, combines program development and integration and Yokogawa will simultaneously release the HP Encapsulator converter for development of support software for SoftBench for the HP9000 Unix workstations; the first copy of SoftBench will be $2,750 with subsequent copies discounted to $2,060; the Encapsulator is $1,370, and the company looks to sell a total of 1,000 copies in the first year of sales.

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