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May 18, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Rather than design its own floating point co-processor for its Precision Architecture and other high-performance scientific machines, Hewlett-Packard Co has decided to adopt the Weitek 2264 and 2265 chip set – and has agreed to manufacture the parts for Weitek in its 1.2 micron CMOS process. The chip set has claimed peak performance of 40Mflops, and the wafer-manufacturing agreement, which is initially for three years, calls for Hewlett-Packard to make the 2264/65 set in packaged form for Weitek, and also to make future products for the Sunnyvale company.

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