Kubota Makes Music With Tricord
Japan is also coming to the aid of a promising new U. S. computer hardware company. The hardware: superservers, personal computers that pack mainframe-level power to manage networks of PCs. Tricord Systems, a privately held Minneapolis superserver maker that's expected to post 1991 revenues of about $20 million, is set to announce on June 10 that Japanese conglomerate Kubota has invested $7 million in the company.
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