Amdahl corporation

amdahl corporation
A US computer manufacturer. Amdahl is a major supplier of large mainframes, UNIX and Open Systems software and servers, data storage subsystems, data communications products, applications development software, and a variety of educational and consulting services.
Amdahl products are sold in more than 30 countries for use in both open systems and IBM plug-compatible mainframe computing environments.
Quarterly sales $397M, profits $13M (Aug 1994).
In 1997 Amdahl became a division of Fujitsu.


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