Computer Business Review
The latest twist to the long-running saga of Hal Computer Systems Inc, which after three years still has nothing but a business plan to show for its efforts to build a 64-bit Sparc-based business computer, is that founder Andrew Heller has quit to become a consultant to Hal backer Fujitsu Ltd because his job is done, the New York Times says.Hal aims to launch a box next year.
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