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November 29, 1987

GOULD ADDS ENTRY-LEVEL MODEL TO ITS NP1 MINISUPER FAMILY

By CBR Staff Writer

Gould Inc has extended its new NPL line of minisupercomputers downwards for the Unix systems market with the NP-1 Model 105, with 32Mb of memory at UKP200,750; it comes in below the 64Mb, UKP310,000 Model 110 (CI No 649). The machine is offered with Posix-compliant UTX/32 Unix, and with the UTX/32S secure Unix, claimed to be the only one that is validated to the US Orange Book C2 standard. The Model 105 is fully upgradable to larger NP-1 models, and main memory goes right up to 4Gb. The NP-1s come in single and multi-processor configurations, with one CPU rated at 10MIPS.

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