Data General's third quarter figures proved it has targeted the right markets, with profits doubled on the back of NT and storage.
President and chief executive Ron Skates said DG?s Aviion servers, Clariion storage line and Microsoft's Windows NT were again behind the company?s growth, after helping consistently improving its figures during the past year.
"Achieving record revenues in what is traditionally a weak quarter for us is solid affirmation that our products and strategy are in line with the needs of the marketplace," Skates said.
The company will now look to its Numa clustering technology and Thiin Line Internet appliances to maintain its momentum, as the company admits it is not the only vendor profiting from NT-based server hardware.
For the quarter ended on 28 June, DG made $14.7 million profit on turnover of $391.3 million, compared to profit of $7.1 million on turnover of $323.2 million in Q3 1996.
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