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May 26, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Although Digital Equipment Corp has yet to announce any system plans of its own for its 275MHz Alpha processor, both Carrera Computers Inc and Aspen Systems Inc have each committed to developing workstations based around the new chip. Carrera Computers is building the Cobra AXP 275 tower desktop, with 64Mb of RAM and a 2Gb hard disk. This product will ship in the autumn, starting at $13,900 minus a monitor. Aspen’s Alpine machines, meanwhile, will have between 16Mb and 512Mb of main memory, 1Gb of disk, and a 17 colour monitor. They will run the OSF/1 Unix, OpenVMS and Windows NT, and will be available to OEM customers as either a motherboard or as a complete system in the fourth quarter, selling for between $6,000 and $7,000.

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