DeviceLogics

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DeviceLogics is a startup company in Lindon, Utah, USA, founded in November 2002. Bryan Sparks co-founded DeviceLogics, and acquired DR-DOS from the Canopy Group, a Utah technology venture group. Copies of DR DOS 7.03 have been licensed and distributed by this company.[1]

History of DR-DOS[edit]

In 1994, Bryan Sparks, with help from Novell's Ray Noorda, founded Caldera, Incorporated. Caldera bought DR DOS from Novell in 1996.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Conner, Deni (December 16, 2002). "Start-up revives once-vaunted DR-DOS". Network World. 

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