Fujitsu Ltd will be moving its 16-bit FM-R line of micros up into the 32-bit world with an 80386 machine this year, and will pitch it at the engineering market, with high-speed processing and graphics and scientific and technical software; Fujitsu already has a 68020-based successor to the 16-bit 9450 business micro in the shape of the G-series.
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