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February 18, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Burr-Brown Corp, Tucson, Arizona and AT&T Co have joined forces to announce DSpeed, a signal processing co-procesor board for MS DOS micros manufactured by Burr-Brown and based on AT&T’s WE DSP32 32-bit signal microproorcessor: the board features 64Kb of high-speed memory, a separate high-speed serial interface, and parallel interface to the personal computer bus; aimed at telecommunications, graphics and imaging applications, the board supports a C-like assembler/linker, a simulator and a C compiler under MS-DOS and single boards cost $995 and OEM discounts are available.

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