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APPLE COMPUTER DEMONSTRATES TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS AT MILITARY/GOVERNMENT COMPUTING CONFERENCE

 APPLE COMPUTER DEMONSTRATES TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
 AT MILITARY/GOVERNMENT COMPUTING CONFERENCE
 WHAT: Apple Computer's Federal Systems Group will be exhibiting at the AFCEA (Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association) Expo '92, one of the leading military/government computing conferences and expositions in the country. AFCEA '92 is the major forum for the discussion and demonstration of solutions of interest by members of the computer industry, the military, and the government.
 The Apple exhibit (booth no. 101) will feature mission-critical Command and Control solutions as used on the Apple Macintosh personal computer. Several key contractors will be on hand to demonstrate their latest Macintosh-based solutions including a quality management solution demonstrated by TSG; a simulation and training solution demonstrated by Northstar Systems; a strategic planning and modeling solution by SPS; and HFSI's Apple Macintosh- based WIS Workstation showing new windows to Command and Control. Additionally, the U.S. Navy will demonstrate the Analyst's Workbench, an interactive computer modeling and analysis tool, developed for use on Macintosh by the Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division, China Lake.
 Apple will showcase its powerful new Apple Macintosh Quadra 900 as well as the newly-announced Apple Macintosh PowerBooks. The Apple Macintosh is an ideal platform for use in a Command and Control environment because of its power; graphics-based user interface; ease-of-use and ease-of-integration into other system environments; and its support for government standards such as POSIX, networking, and data standards.
 WHEN: Wednesday, Feb. 5, and Thursday, Feb. 6.
 WHERE: Hyatt Regency Crystal City
 2799 Jefferson Davis Highway
 Arlington, Va.
 SIGNIFICANCE: The third annual AFCEA Military/Government Computing Conference and Exposition provides a forum for military, government and computer industry experts to exchange information and strengthen professional knowledge regarding capabilities, requirements, technology and military and related computing systems applications.
 NOTE: Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks; Quadra and PowerBook are trademarks, all of Apple Computer, Inc.
 CONTACT: Rick Myllenbeck of Apple Computer, Inc., 703-264-5155.
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