Callan Data Systems

Callan Data Systems Inc., from 1980 to 1985 was an innovative but short-lived computer manufacturer, named after its founder, David Callan, and located in Westlake Village, California, USA.

The are chiefly known for their pioneering Unistar range of UNIX workstations.

Read more about Callan Data Systems:  Unistar, Decline

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Callan Data Systems - Decline
... with sales peaking at $7 million in 1984, Callan was not selling enough to be profitable ... were gaining market share, and the UNIX System V incompatibilities, though slight, made it even more difficult for Callan to compete ... Sales in 1985 shrank to less than half the previous year, and Callan was reorganized in bankruptcy under the control of numerous creditors ...

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