- ICL deal threatens research links. Aldhous, P. // Nature;9/13/1990, Vol. 347 Issue 6289, p112
Discusses the controversy that has arisen among European companies over the British computer company ICL's sale of an 80 percent holding of it to Fujitsu of Japan. ICL's membership in JESSI (the Joint European Submicron Silicon Initiative) is now in jeopardy.
- ICL expelled from JESSI projects. Aldhous, P. // Nature;4/4/1991, Vol. 350 Issue 6317, p368
Reports that the UK-based computer company ICL has been expelled from three projects with the Joint European Submicron Silicon Initiative (JESSI). The decision comes in response to ICL's takeover by Fujitsu, a Japanese company.
- ICL Inc. // InfoWorld;8/22/94, Vol. 16 Issue 34, p39
Reports on ICL Inc.'s introduction of a `try before you buy' program for its TeamOffice suite.
- ICL sell rival's software. // Public Finance;3/11/94, p6
Reports that ICL has agreed to sell Oracle's UNIX-based software. Terms of the sale agreement between ICL and Oracle; Competition between ICL and Oracle on the sale of council tax software; Market demand for various computer systems.
- ICL announces market strategy. // Accountancy;Jun85, Vol. 96 Issue 1102, p52
Reports on the launch of mainframe products by ICL Ltd. in Great Britain. Growth in the market for mainframes; Use of Japanese chips and fiber optic technology for communications; Goal for an international market.
- British 16-bit at low cost. // Accountancy;Aug1984, Vol. 95 Issue 1092, p52
Introduces ICL Ltd.'s Model 6 single-user personal computer. Use of the 8088 16-bit processor; Contact information.
- ICL: netting a strategy for growth. // Accountancy;Dec1988, Vol. 102 Issue 1144, p138
Focuses on computing products from ICL Ltd. Adoption of open systems approach; Software products of the company.
- Two firms plan E-mail, workflow joint R&D effort. Condon, Ron // InfoWorld;5/23/94, Vol. 16 Issue 21, p53
Reports on the joint research and development contract between Novell Incorporated and ICL's Client-Server Systems. Terms of the agreement; Strengthening of Novell's groupware and Unix product strategy; European distribution of the NetWare Loadable Module version of TeamOffice; Sparc version of...
- Hot-desking gets a cool reception. McCurry, Patrick // Director;Aug2001, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p22
Focuses on the hot-desking of employees trend in Great Britain. Plan of computer firm ICL to transform its employees to become mobile workers; Reason for the popularity of hot-desking among a variety of sectors; Skepticism about the benefits of the strategy.