Apple brings back Unix

Beckman, Mel
May 1996
Macworld;May96, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p39
Reports that Apple Computer has announced two new top-end servers that are scheduled to ship in April 1996. Features of the Networks Servers 500/132 and 700/150; Prices; Contact point.


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