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Roy Taylor and John Byrne, joint managing directors of VML UK, have signed up x.86 clone manufacturer Rise as their client. The x.86 cloner, emanating from Taiwan, makes cheap chips which work perfectly with Windows 95 and other operating systems belonging to Microsoft. Taylor refused to comment on details of the deal, but confirmed that he would be the representative of the Rise x.86 clones in January 1999. VML UK will start representing Rise from early January. Rise could not be contacted for comment at press time. ® Roy Taylor is a regular contributor of columns to The Register

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