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February 13, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

The high-performance Unix system being developed by Everex Systems Inc, Fremont, California with lots of help from Opus Systems Inc (CI No 1,104) will be $10,000 workstation rated at 17 MIPS, built around a high-performance RISC, reports the San Francisco Chronicle. Dubbed the Personal Mainframe Series 8000, the workstation is due to appear next Monday, February 20, and is tipped to be the fastest personal computer workstation on the market: Opus Systems builds boards around the Intergraph Corp Clipper chip set, but the box may use the MC88000.

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