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November 25, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

Dr Gene Amdahl’s Andor International Inc in Cupertino, California is still pursuing its dream of a super-cheap, super-powerful desktop ES/9000-compatible mainframe-on-a-board, but in the meantime, it needs some money coming in to pay the bills, and it has one product, the 690/9090 CacheXchange. The 690/9090 serves large-scale IBM Corp and IBM-compatible systems as an advanced-function data storage management controller – and now Dr Amdahl’s previous creation, Amdahl Corp, has given Andor a several million dollar order for 690/9090 CacheXchanges, which implement disk cacheing and dual copy features.

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