Versant brings object DBMSs to NeXT and OS/2

Moser, Karen D.
January 1993
PC Week;1/18/93, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p55
Trade Publication
Reports on Versant Object Technology's release of Versant object-oriented database for NeXT Computer Inc. and IBM's OS/2 operating system. Supporting C and C++ development of object-oriented database applications; Capabilities of the releases; Pricing; Contact information.


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