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January 4, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

CSP Inc has also added a single-board array processor for integration with VMEbus machines. Rated at 32 MFLOPS, with seamless programming in Fortran-77 and C, the CSP QuickCard uses hardware and software architectures derived from the company’s Mini-MAP XL array processors for DEC PDP/11, VAX and MicroVAX computers. The QuickCard comes on a on a dual-height, dual-depth standard 6U VMEbus board, and fits into any VMEbus backplane without, says CSP, overloading existing power supplies since it takes only 25 Watts. Up to four QuickCards can plug into the VMEbus card cage, for configurations with computation rates up to 128 MFLOPS and 32 MIPS. Each comes with 128Kb or 512Kb of fast, dual-ported static RAM. Additional parallelism is achieved by overlapping disk transfers with QuickCard processing – double buffering. It is on 90 days’ delivery at $9,500 in unit quantities, and there’s attractive OEM pricing.

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