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Locus Computing Corporation was formed in 1982 by Gerald J. Popek and Gregory I. Thielto commercialize the technologies developed for the LOCUS distributed operating system at UCLA. Locus was notable for commercializing single-system image software and producing the Merge package which allowed the use of DOS and Windows 3.1 software on Unix systems. Locus was acquired by Platinum Technology Inc in 1995.

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  • Locus Computing Corporation was formed in 1982 by Gerald J. Popek and Gregory I. Thielto commercialize the technologies developed for the LOCUS distributed operating system at UCLA. Locus was notable for commercializing single-system image software and producing the Merge package which allowed the use of DOS and Windows 3.1 software on Unix systems. Locus was acquired by Platinum Technology Inc in 1995.
  • Locus Computing Corporation was formed in 1982 by Gerald J. Popek, and Gregory I. Thielto commercialize the technologies developed for the LOCUS distributed operating system at UCLA. Locus was notable for commercializing single-system image software and producing the Merge package which allowed the use of DOS and Windows 3.1 software on Unix systems. Locus was acquired by Platinum Technology Inc in 1995.
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  • Locus Computing Corporation was formed in 1982 by Gerald J. Popek and Gregory I. Thielto commercialize the technologies developed for the LOCUS distributed operating system at UCLA. Locus was notable for commercializing single-system image software and producing the Merge package which allowed the use of DOS and Windows 3.1 software on Unix systems. Locus was acquired by Platinum Technology Inc in 1995.
  • Locus Computing Corporation was formed in 1982 by Gerald J. Popek, and Gregory I. Thielto commercialize the technologies developed for the LOCUS distributed operating system at UCLA. Locus was notable for commercializing single-system image software and producing the Merge package which allowed the use of DOS and Windows 3.1 software on Unix systems. Locus was acquired by Platinum Technology Inc in 1995.
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