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November 28, 1988

LABTAM LAUNCHES 80386-BASED MULTIPLE DATA BUS SYSTEM

By CBR Staff Writer

Australian systems manufacturer Labtam Information Systems Pty, Braeside, Victoria, has launched an 80386-based multiple data bus system aimed at both the general purpose multi-user and dedicated workstation markets: the V32 runs Unix System V.3 and includes a 20MHz processor, intelligent input-output controllers and interleaved static column memory, and includes not one but three main buses – Intel’s Multibus, SCSI and an internal 32-bit memory bus.

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