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May 19, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Fujitsu Ltd and PFU, the joint venture of Fujitsu, Matsushita and Uchida Toko created from the merger between Panafacom and Ussac, have released seven models of a 32-bit business computer targeted at markets currently dominated in Japan by the DEC VAX line – design, scientific calculations, manufacturing systems – the high-end models are the A300, A400, A500 and A600, the last costing about $850,000, and the low-end models are the A30, A40, A50, the A30 starting at $30,000; performance range bottom-to-top is 40 times and the machines are built in 300-gate-per-chip ECL, 20,000 gate-per-chip CMOS, and use 1Mb memory chips; there are interfaces to all kinds of instruments and machine tools and the operating systems, SX/UTS and SX/UR combine a Unix System V.2- compatible development environment with a real-time execution environment; they also run OVIS/S from the 4300-type end of Fujitsu’s M-Series IBM-compatible mainframes.

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