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FPS JAPAN TO CAPITALISE ON ITS PARENT’S ACQUISITION

The Japanese end of Floating Point Systems Inc – or FPS Computing as it wants you to call it – has rushed to capitalise on its Beaverton, Oregon parent’s acquisition of the assets of San Diego-based Celerity Computing Inc to launch Celerity’s NCR 32 RISC-based high-end Unix machines onto the local market: the NCR 32 was designed designed as a custom microcodeable 32-bit slice, but Celerity skipped the microcode and used it as a RISC.

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