Banyan Systems, Inc. was founded in 1983 by David C. Mahoney, a software engineer and mid-level manager at Data General, Larry Floryan and Anand Jagannathan. The company's distinctive logo, a Banyan tree, and the logo's allegorical representation of Banyan's product suite, VINES, were conceived by Jagannathan.
Read more about Banyan Systems: Employee History, Initial Location, Operation Description, Porting VINES To An Intel 80286-based Version of SVR3, International Growth, Banyan's Marketing Technique, Progression To The Corporate Network Server (CNS), Internal Conflict, Deliberate Limitations, Conflict With Compaq Computer Corporation, Internal Restructuring, Company Growth, Initial Demise, Banyan Worldwide, Transition To EPresence
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