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April 6, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Following its transfer to SGS-Thomson Microelectronics on Monday, Inmos International has revealed plans for its future under the new group. Transputer manufacturing will begin at the SGS Thomson plant in Dallas, Texas to support the growing demand from the US Defense Department. Inmos also says it will be releasing its long-term plans to developers in the third quarter, including the announcement of a standard, Inmossupported operating environment for the Transputer, and more work on applications software for specific markets, such as CAD/CAM, financial and transaction processing, that will take advantage of the Transputer’s parallelism. It plans a 15 MIPS Transputer for later this year, 30 MIPS next year, and 40 to 50 MIPS in 1991. SGS says it will settle for lower profits and faster growth.

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