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March 28, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Advanced Microsystems Technology Ltd of London NW has a new 80386 system, the Platform 307, which is designed for use as a Unix or Novell Inc NetWare file server as well as for advanced CAD/CAM and desk-top publishing systems: priced at UKP9,000 the Platform uses a 30MHz processor with 64Kb of cache to deliver a claimed 7 MIPS; the system incorporates SCSI disk transfer controllers, a 620Mb hard disk with average access time of 18mS, a 16-bit VGA card, and is shipping now.

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