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February 28, 1989 | David Olmos, Times staff writer
Alpha Microsystems has agreed to acquire Rexon Business Machines Corp., a Culver City-based computer maker, for $2.5 million. Alpha Micro, a Santa Ana computer maker, said the purchase would give it entree into the market for business computers that use the Pick, Xenix and Business Basic operating systems. An operating system is the software that acts as the brains of the computer, allowing it to read programs and carry out instructions. Rexon Business Machines, a subsidiary of Rexon Inc.
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February 28, 1989 | David Olmos, Times staff writer
Alpha Microsystems has agreed to acquire Rexon Business Machines Corp., a Culver City-based computer maker, for $2.5 million. Alpha Micro, a Santa Ana computer maker, said the purchase would give it entree into the market for business computers that use the Pick, Xenix and Business Basic operating systems. An operating system is the software that acts as the brains of the computer, allowing it to read programs and carry out instructions. Rexon Business Machines, a subsidiary of Rexon Inc.
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June 24, 1986 | DONNA K. H. WALTERS
Ben C. Wang, founder and former chairman of Rexon Inc., has resigned from the Culver City firm. Wang most recently served as vice chairman of the company and headed the advanced marketing and technology division. Rexon, a multiuser microcomputer company, was formed in 1978 as Rexon Business Machines Corp. Later, Wang established the Wangtek tape-drive subsidiary. Wang's departure from Rexon did not surprise observers.
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