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August 10, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

AT&T Co – and Olivetti in Europe – have introduced the widely-forecast dual processor model in the 3B supermicro family as the 3B2/600 Multiprocessor. The new top-end model comes with two 18MHz WE32100 central processors, each rated by the company at 2.6 MIPS, one WE32106 floating point co-processor, from three to 12 input-output processors from the WE32X00 family (believed to be the original WE32000). The machine comes with unquantified cache and 8Mb to 16Mb of main memory, SCSI controller and 300Mb to 6.5Gb of disk, 720Kb floppy and 60Mb cartridge tape, 9 track 1,600 bpi tape drive, 12 slots and Unix System V.3.1.1 licence. No prices were given for the new version of the 3B2/600.

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