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February 17, 1987

YOKOGAWA HEWLETT PACKARD STRESSES AVAILABILITY OF BOTH LISP AND PROLOG ON HP9000 MODEL 350 WORKSTATION

By CBR Staff Writer

Interest in artificial intelligence systems and applications is so strong in Japan that Yokogawa Hewlett Packard is stressing the availability of both Lisp and Prolog with the local launch of its HP9000 Model 350 workstation: it is looking for sales of 1,000 of the 68020-based station in the first year.

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