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December 8, 1997updated 03 Sep 2016 7:36pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Encore Computer Corp, minus the storage business it has now sold on to Sun Microsystems Inc, is soldiering on with its real-time products as it said it would (CI No 3,176), and was spotted last week at the ITSEC Real-Time systems trade show in Orlando, Florida, unveiling the Fiber Optic PCI version of its Reflective Memory technology, used as an interconnect for clustered systems, with data transfers of up to 100 megabytes per second. It showed off clustering of Intel Pentium and DEC Alphas real-time systems, with software to support Windows NT, Unix and Open VMS clustering.

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