Motorola signs MAC OS license

Piller, Charles
May 1996
Macworld;May96, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p33
Reports that Apple Computer has licensed the Macintosh Operating System to the Motorola Computer Group, the computer-system maker for Motorola. Motorola's arrangement which represents the beginning of a broad licensing program based on the Common Hardware Reference Platform, or CHRP; Comments by Joe Guglielmi, general manager of Motorola Computer Group.


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