Data General has reported strong first quarter results for fiscal 1997, chalking up its sixth consecutive quarter of growth. The company reported net income up 121 per cent to $10.4 million on revenues up six per cent to $348.5 million, compared to the first quarter of 1996.
According to Data General, revenues for the Aviion server line were 15 per cent higher than last year, with its newer Intel-based systems representing more than 50 per cent of total Aviion revenues.
The company is expected to begin shipping its second round of Intel-based multiprocessing Numa systems to its OEM partners this quarter, with the Numaline product family to be formally introduced to end users in the spring.
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