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January 10, 1988

COMPUTER CONSOLES INVITES PARTNERS TO JOIN ITS NEAR-COMPLETE REGULUS UNIX CPU PROJECT

By CBR Staff Writer

Computer Consoles Inc’s two-year project to develop a top-end RISC machine to take its Power line of Unix processors up into the 40 to 50 MIPS range, is nearing consummation at the company’s Irvine, California minicomputer base. Computer Consoles expects the resulting machines from the project, code-named Regulus, to start generating revenue late this year – but it is not too late for would-be partners to get in on the new technology at the ground floor. The firm, headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, says that it is willing to consider offers of collaboration of any nature, whether from potential OEM customers, from software developers, or from wouldbe marketers of the new machines.

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