[LispM-Hackers] Updated web page
Mon, 24 Dec 2001 20:38:13 -0500
"James A. Crippen" wrote:
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> > James,
> > TI never purchased LMI's assets. TI licensed the right to produce
> > an MIT-derived Lisp Machine from LMI, and purchased the Nu Machine &
> > NuBus from Western Digital, which was the platform for the LMI
> > Lambda, their second generation machine. LMI also acquired the
> > right to sell a version of the Explorer. LMI was not is a strong
> > position when it made this deal, and wasn't afterwards either, but
> > LMI was still in the Lisp Machine business, concurrently with TI and
> > Symbolics, for a number of years after this deal was inked.
> Duly noted. I'm making the changes to the page presently. Do you
> happen to know what year the license to LMI technology was obtained
> in? That and what year TI bought the Nu Machine/NuBus? Dates would
> make the paragraph read a little better, I think.
1983 for both.
> James A. Crippen <email@example.com> ,-./-. Anchorage, Alaska,
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