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<1995>
March:
DIGITAL ships the industry's first commercial high-performance Fortran compiler in DEC Fortran 90.
April:
DIGITAL introduces the AlphaServer 8400, its most powerful computer system to date.
April:
DIGITAL outlines its plan for virtual networking and the integration of LANs, WANs and ATM.
May:
DIGITAL announces the Affinity Program for OpenVMS. The Program helps customers implement the complementary strengths of OpenVMS and Windows NT.
May - June:
DIGITAL releases OpenVMS/VAX V6.2 and OpenVMS/Alpha V6.2.
August:
DIGITAL and Microsoft announce a strategic alliance to meet growing customer demand for Microsoft-based solutions and support in enterprise-wide computing.
November:
DIGITAL introduces FX!32.
December:
OpenVMS/VAX V7.0 and OpenVMS/Alpha V7.0 are released.
December:
DIGITAL introduces AltaVista, the Internet's first "super spider" software.
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