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DIGITAL is the first in the industry to offer an Internet tunnel product.
DIGITAL ships the EZ51 high performance Solid State Disk.
June:
DIGITAL announces Open Advantage, a worldwide corporate strategy to establish DIGITAL as the industry leader in developing open solutions that give customers the freedom to choose and the power to use the highest-quality applications available at the best price.
June:
DIGITAL introduces DECnet Phase V, which supports OSI standards and networks of essentially unlimited size.
September:
The industry's first implementation of an object request broker is shipped under the name Application Control Architecture (ACA) services.
November:
The NVAX chip, DIGITAL's fourth VAX microprocessor, is implemented in 0.75-micrometer CMOS technology and ships in the VAX 6600.
November:
DIGITAL and Microsoft announce an alliance allowing Microsoft Windows to retrieve and exchange data with local area network servers running DIGITAL PATHWORKS software.
November:
DIGITAL releases VMS V5.5.
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