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November 29, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Intel Corp has just introduced its second generation Micro Channel chip set, the 82311, which enables an 80386-based system to be implemented in 98 chips, which is nearly 50 devices fewer than early chip sets: the 82311 contains 82303/304 local channel support for input-output peripherals, an 82307 direct memory access controller, as well as an 82308 bus controller, an 82309 address bus controller, an 82077 floppy disk controller, and an 82706 IBM compatible video graphics array; priced at UKP109, samples of the chip set for use with the 16MHz 80386SX microprocessor are available in 1,000 piece quantities, and evaluation boards for both the 386 and the 386SX, costing UKP3,423 and UKP1,989 respectively, can be ordered now, as volume production is set to begin early in 1989.

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