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April 15, 1987

COMPUTER CONSOLES ENHANCES ITS UNIX SUPERMINI LINE

By CBR Staff Writer

The Computer Products Division of Computer Consoles Inc in Irvine, California, this week introduced two new models in the Power6 line of Unix superminis. The Power6-32EP and 32Sp replace the 32E and 32 models, and existing machines can be field-upgraded from their present 5 MIPS to the respective 8 MIPS and 14 MIPS of the new models. The new machines, with a new high-performance disk controller as standard, are due to be shipped in May, and base configurations of the new CPUs cost $145,000 to $275,000.

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