On Wed, Jul 17, 2019 at 8:39 AM Ben Greenfield via TUHS <tuhs@minnie.tuhs.org> wrote:

I know that it didn’t run Unix but I believe Nixdorf Computer was the large computer company at that time.
Both Nixdorf and Siemens were heavy into UNIX.  Both were founders of OSF.   Nixdorf OEM'ed a couple of machines from US firms, as well as making their own.   Siemens and Philips both trended to make their own systems.   IIRC Philips was mostly in the AT&T Camp at the time.  Olivetti was definitely since one of the original 386 systems AT&T tried to sell was their PC (in fact was one of systems ISC used for the original 386 UNIX port - supplied by AT&T).