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July 24, 1990

KONTRON ELEKTRONIK OFFERS IP LITE EISA BUS 80386, 80486 UNIX FAMILY

By CBR Staff Writer

Munich, West Germany-based Kontron Elektronik GmbH has added a portable 32-bit EISA bus-based Unix machine to its workstation range, reports Computerwoche. The IP Lite includes a number of features designed to improve reliability, such as automatic detection of power variances, protection against electromagnetic disturbances, cooling for the five EISA- or AT-compatible expansion cards and automatic shut-down. Running Unix System V, IP Lite can also support MS-DOS applications concurrently, while the VGA-compatible 16-greyscale liquid crystal display interface uses the Open Software Foundation Motif interface in conjunction with the Looking Glass Desktop Manager from Interactive Systems. The range includes 80386SX, 80386 and 80486 models, with additional performance available by using an Intel 80860 RISC as a co-processor; no prices were given for the new line.

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