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It functioned as a separate company within Siemens.
It was the largest information technology company in Europe until 1999, when it was split into two: Fujitsu Siemens Computers and Wincor Nixdorf. Wincor Nixdorf took over all banking and retail related business.
- BS2000 and SINIX operating systems
- BS2000 mainframe computers
- a number of databases
- SNI RISC-based RM-x00 servers
- a variety of other hardware and software products (from Personal Computers to SAP R/3).
- ComfoDesk – a GUI shell for enterprise users
- Siemens Nixdorf: ComfoDesk (1990) (in Czech)
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