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Digital Research

(company)
The company which developed CP/M, the operating system used on many of the first generation 8-bit microprocessor-based personal computers. Digital Research also produced DR-DOS.

Address: Santa Cruz, CA, USA.
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Digital Research

(Digital Research, Inc., Monterey, CA) A software company founded in 1976 by Gary Kildall that spearheaded the microcomputer revolution with its CP/M operating system. Other DRI products included the GEM windows environment, FlexOS real-time operating system and DR DOS, a DOS-compatible operating system with advanced features. In 1991, DRI was acquired by Novell. See SCO.
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