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January 4, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Despite the dispirited end-of-closing-down-sales look about AT&T’s computer business, the company is still in there pitching its WE32100-based 3B supermicros at big networked systems contracts, and this month, the company is expected to give the line a major facelift, possibly incorporating the new 32200 incarnation of the company’s 32-bit microprocessor: gossip is of a line of machines adding a couple of zeros to the existing ones – 3B500, 3B1500, incorporating a distributed multiprocessor architecture a la Convergent Technologies’ Megaframe, possibly including some fault-tolerant supermicro models.

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