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October 20, 1992 | CAROL SMITH
UniDirect Corp., an Irvine supplier of Unix software and products, said Monday that it has established an office in England through a joint venture with a Unix software distributor in Rugby, a town about 100 miles north of London. The Unix software would allow Unix computer users to communicate with personal computers. Bernard P. Jubb, UniDirect's president and chief executive, said his company has taken a minority interest in the new venture.
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July 16, 1996
UniDirect Corp. said Monday it has become one of five companies selected to supply packaged software tools to GTE Corp.'s worldwide telephone operations. UniDirect said the GTE contract should boost revenue significantly. The Irvine company said its sales have roughly doubled every year since UniDirect was founded five years ago.
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BUSINESS
July 16, 1996
UniDirect Corp. said Monday it has become one of five companies selected to supply packaged software tools to GTE Corp.'s worldwide telephone operations. UniDirect said the GTE contract should boost revenue significantly. The Irvine company said its sales have roughly doubled every year since UniDirect was founded five years ago.
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February 9, 1993 | Dean Takahashi, Times staff writer
UniDirect Corp., a mail-order distributor of Unix software in Irvine, is gearing up to open a number of joint ventures with companies in Germany, Brazil, Guatemala and possibly Singapore. President Bernard P. Jubb says the company is hoping to capitalize on the international demand for off-the-shelf software to run on computers that operate in the numerous versions of Unix, a computer operating system that is geared toward multiple users.
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October 15, 1996 | GREG MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County continues to be fertile ground for rapidly growing companies, with 19 local firms appearing in Inc. magazine's annual list of the nation's 500 fastest-growing privately held companies. Despite the county's representation, no local firms appeared in the top 20, let alone achieved the blockbuster success of a Kingston Technology. Fountain Valley-based Kingston held the No. 1 spot in 1992. The annual list is scheduled to be released today by Boston-based Inc.
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July 20, 1992 | CRISTINA LEE
While the recession has contributed to a staggering unemployment rate, it has also spawned new businesses for many of the unemployed who are enterprising. Bernard Jubb and Michael Silton--both ex-employees of MAI Systems Corp. in Tustin--were among them. Jubb, who had been at MAI for 13 years, was its director of communication services. He was also responsible for major sales accounts at the struggling software reseller. At one time, he was in charge of the company's customer support department.
BUSINESS
February 9, 1993 | Dean Takahashi, Times staff writer
UniDirect Corp., a mail-order distributor of Unix software in Irvine, is gearing up to open a number of joint ventures with companies in Germany, Brazil, Guatemala and possibly Singapore. President Bernard P. Jubb says the company is hoping to capitalize on the international demand for off-the-shelf software to run on computers that operate in the numerous versions of Unix, a computer operating system that is geared toward multiple users.
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October 20, 1992 | CAROL SMITH
UniDirect Corp., an Irvine supplier of Unix software and products, said Monday that it has established an office in England through a joint venture with a Unix software distributor in Rugby, a town about 100 miles north of London. The Unix software would allow Unix computer users to communicate with personal computers. Bernard P. Jubb, UniDirect's president and chief executive, said his company has taken a minority interest in the new venture.
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