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June 9, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:29pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Hewlett-Packard Co is planning to do 8-way version of its Intel Corp iAPX-86-based NetServer machines sooner than previously thought, and maybe as soon as a couple of months, but it is not going to do all the work itself. The interconnect technology will come from partners, and the list of likely partners is thought to include NCR Corp, ALR, Corollary and Hyundai. There are two version planned: one based on Pentium Pro chips and the other on the Pentium II technology, codenamed Deschutes. We hear that Hyundai is lead contender for Pentium Pro stuff, and one of those others is likely to get the Pentium II business. And last time we looked, Corollary appeared to be ahead of the pack.

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