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February 27, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Last night, on the eve of the show, Intel Corp was due to reveal marketing and sampling infor mation on its N-10 RISC processor there’s an announcement here today, and as well as providing a name for the highly integrated, part 64-bit, 50 MIPS chip, Intel will presumably explain where it will target it: all the major workstation vendors have now chosen their next generation CPUs, leaving only a few of the proprietary minimakers still looking for an entry into high performance Unix markets, and only the news that IBM and Apple Computer have been sampling the chip puts future market share predictions on a more optimistic footing; it has been suggested that IBM could use the chip for future generations of the RT, although that would mean IBM abandoning development work on its own ROMP RISC.

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