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January 22, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

FPS Computing, the Beaverton, Oregon company perhaps better known under its old name of Floating Point Systems, has now launched its Model 350 supercomputer workstation, which it re-badges from Stellar Computer Inc. FPS says it is treating the system as an entry-level supercomputer rather than a graphics supercomputer, and emphasises that the 25 MIPS, 40 MFLOPS systems can support up to 12 non-graphics users. However, high speed links between the Model 350 and the latest FPS Model 500 minisupercomputer launched back in November are being developed, and multi-user graphics capabilities for the 350 are expected shortly. In the UK, Model 350 workstations are available from around UKP100,000 from the Bracknell, Berkshire-based company.

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