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March 16, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Kubota Computer Inc, investor in Ardent Computer, Sunnyvale, California, has begun marketing the Titan graphics mini-supercomputer and will be gearing up to production of 200 of the things a month at a new factory in Yamanashi, starting in April, and will market the Titan in Japan and the Far East, leaving Ardent to market it in the US and Europe; Kubota also has a 20% stake in MIPS Computer Systems Inc, also of Sunnyvale, California, and will begin selling models of the MIPS RISC machines with a maximum processing speed of 16 MIPS from this autumn; Kubota looks for the two alliances to bring it in a combined total of $235m in sales over three years.

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