one year ago


Fidelity Investments was gearing up for the August 1 release of the Universal Equity Desktop, a Windows NT-based system designed to replace the firm's Unix workstations. This move was the latest in an overall shift toward NT workstations throughout Fidelity's investment operations. Still, adopting Windows NT does not necessarily mean an absolute abandonment of the Sun platform, which, according to sources, was being relegated to server farms (June 21, 1999).

five years ago


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