Dynamic Microprocessor Associates

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Dynamic Microprocessor Associates
Type Subsidiary of Symantec
Founded United States
Headquarters United States

Dynamic Microprocessor Associates is a software company in the United States. Though best known for its remote administration product pcAnywhere, DMA also developed and marketed the relational database management system Formula IV, the BBS software Chairman[1] and the modem control software ASCOM.[2] It was acquired by Symantec on August 21, 1991 for US$22 million.[3]