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June 28, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Apollo Computer Inc today introduces its answers to the agressive pitches made at the low end of the workstation market, with price cuts of up to 50% on the Domain Series 3000 workstation family, adding a 15 monochrome model, and bringing in a new higher-end line offering 4 MIPS performance, doubling the performance of the 3000 family at the price the 3000 was introduced at only 15 months ago (CI No 708). Details of the new Domain Series 4000 line are sketchy, but it is expected to include a monochrome and colour models and a DSP 4000 server version. Additional support for IBM Personalikes in the Domain workstation environment are also expected to be part of the launch.

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