Motorola Computer Group has signed an agreement with Insignia Solutions that will enable customers to run Windows 95 applications on Motorola's PowerStack II systems in addition to Windows NT 4.0 applications.
Technology developed by Insignia Solutions, and already licensed by Microsoft as a standard part of Windows NT on all RISC processors, enables Windows NT to be compatible with Windows 3.1 applications. Insignia has also licensed its technology for RISC Windows NT to Digital Equipment Corp., and IBM Corp. The latest technology extends that functionality to Windows 95.
"Insignia's technology makes an even wider range of solutions available to the PowerPC architecture," said Karl Stoltze, vice president of Motorola's Application and Systems Solutions division. "By adding Windows 95 applications to the repertoire of this powerful platform, customers get the versatility of Windows 95 interoperability and integration, along with the advanced security, improved performance and strong feature set offered by Windows NT."
"Insignia's technology is the bridge that brings Intel-based Windows 95 applications to Motorola Computer Group's Power PC based PowerStack II systems," said Dr. Robert P. Lee, president and CEO of Insignia Solutions. "Customers can now easily exchange data, cut and paste between environments, and operate with complete Windows integration on these powerful systems."
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