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Novell, Inc. definition

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A software development company specialising in networking and workgroup applications.
Novell started life as Novell Data Systems, a computer hardware business. The company was reorganised as Novell, Inc., and began to focus almost entirely on networking in 1983, with the release of Novell Netware 1, a Network Operating System for IBM PCs.
Novell Netware's success has left Novell in a dominant position in the networking market. The product has evolved and now supports many hardware and software platforms together with WAN connectivity.
The company has diversified in recent years, with the acquisition of several mainstream applications, including Wordperfect and Quattro Pro. Other products include UnixWare, AppWare, Personal NetWare, Groupwise and Novell Dos 7.
(http://novell.com/).
(21 Sept 1995)
The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing, © Denis Howe 2010 http://foldoc.org
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