PATHWORKS


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PATHWORKS

An earlier network operating system from Digital that let a VAX minicomputer function as a server for DOS, Windows, Windows NT, OS/2 and Macintosh clients. DECnet, TCP/IP, AppleTalk and NetWare protocols were supported.
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Pathworks would suit an upland path specialist as paths have suffered from severe erosion from water damage in the past.
At the same time, we are aggressively pursuing a diversification strategy into the telecommunications industry with our previously-announced acquisition of Pathworks PCO of Florida and other potential acquisitions in that industry," said Jeffrey Nunez, Lexicon's Vice President.
Among his topics are scale matters, dominance, pleiotropy, epistatis, populations and natural selection and pathworks.
Some campuses had no less than five different network operating systems--Banyan Vines, Digital PathWorks, IBM LAN Server, Novell NetWare, and Microsoft LAN Manager.
2x; AT&T Unix; Sun PC-NFS; WIN/TCP Pathway Access; Banyan VINES; DEC Pathworks 4.
Pathworks enables VAX to be the server for multi-user applications, with a Windows desktop.
Some application groups can run on PCs; others require a networked NET BIOS compatible environment such as Novell, LAN Manager, or Pathworks, with the appropriate server.
David Henner, MD, PhD, and Chief Medical Officer at Pathworks Diagnostics.
5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- On August 2, 2010, Lexicon United Incorporated (OTC Bulletin Board: LXUN) (the "Company") executed an Agreement and Plan of Merger ("Merger Agreement") with Pathworks PCO of Florida, Inc.
Doug has also worked at New England Nuclear and Corning Medical and served as an advisor for Agilent Technologies, Exagen Diagnostics, HistoRx, BioImagene, Pathworks Diagnostics and Spring BioSystems.
announced today that it has acquired Pathworks Anatomic Pathology Laboratory.