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June 28, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

IBM is reportedly working on a highly – as opposed to massively – parallel processor built up of 32 or 64 of the RISC processors used in the RS/6000. According to Electronic News, the new machine should be ready to go in 12 to 18 months, and is likely to be offered as an attached processor for 3090 mainframes. It will come with a massive 50Gb disk array, and is expected to be aimed at such applications as visualisation, the paper suggests.

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