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January 18, 1996
Unisys Corp.'s storage systems unit said it has struck a deal to work on a new disk-storage product with Sun Microsystems Computer Co. The new product from Sun Microsystems will use a Unisys disk storage system. Unisys said the value of the agreement to its Mission Viejo-based unit will be about $10 million in the first year of the partnership. Production is scheduled to begin early this year, the companies said. Sun Microsystems Computer Co.
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BUSINESS
January 18, 1996
Unisys Corp.'s storage systems unit said it has struck a deal to work on a new disk-storage product with Sun Microsystems Computer Co. The new product from Sun Microsystems will use a Unisys disk storage system. Unisys said the value of the agreement to its Mission Viejo-based unit will be about $10 million in the first year of the partnership. Production is scheduled to begin early this year, the companies said. Sun Microsystems Computer Co.
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April 16, 1998 | From Bloomberg News
Sun Microsystems Inc. on Wednesday named Greg Papadopoulos chief technology officer, filling a vacancy left last April when Eric Schmidt became Novell Inc.'s chairman and chief executive. Papadopoulos, 39, was formerly vice president of technology and advanced development for Sun Microsystems Computer Co. He'll be responsible for assessing Sun's technology investments and directing the laboratories where much of the company's research and development takes place.
BUSINESS
April 26, 1998
* Tom Reed has been named president of Interplay Films, the new motion picture and television division of Interplay Productions in Irvine. The parent company develops and publishes interactive entertainment software. Reed was formerly vice president at Imagine Entertainment. * James V. Thomas has been appointed president of the Multi-Family Property Management division of Sares-Regis Group in Irvine. He will oversee 9,000 units in California, Colorado, Arizona and Nevada.
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