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June 24, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

It is a feature of Japanese supermicros that, unlike their US counterparts, they routinely include two leading edge processors to achieve the performance and functionality required by the originator, and the latest example comes from Japan Computer Corp, which just launched a three-dimensional graphics workstation, the JCC-G10, which uses a Motorola 68020 for graphics processing, and an AT&T WE32100 as the central processor handling floating point arithmetic and memory management. The machine runs Unix System V.3.1, and comes with a 20 display, 16Mb main memory and support for up to 1Gb on disk and Ethernet and TCP/IP protocols. The JCC-G10 workstation is priced from $54,200.

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