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December 2, 1987

JAPANESE MICROPROCESSORS MAKE LITTLE HEADWAY IN THE HOME MARKET

By CBR Staff Writer

In the design win arena, original Japanese microprocessors are making remarkably little headway in the home market, with the Intel and Motorola families showing dominance that is comparable with what they enjoy in the US and Europe: Motorola claims that that it has captured approximately 80% of the new designs for 32-bit high-end MPU sockets at key customers; Sony Corp, Fujitsu Ltd and NEC Corp are among the major Japanese manufacturers currently offering workstations based on the 32-bit 68020.

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