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November 2, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Matsushita Electric Industrial Co has four new Unix workstations, all based on the Intel 80386, and plans to start marketing them next spring: the BE series consists of a diskless machine with an Ethernet interface; a desktop machine that can be used as an MS DOS computer, running Panacom M software directly; a desktop publishing system, equipped with a 1,312 by 1,312 display; and a deskside machine capable of holding up to 1.5Gb internal Winchester storage; all four have 32Kb caches and run Unix System V Release 3.2, including X Window and Sun Microsystems’ Network File System; up to four 80386s can be installed in a single machine for concurrent processing.

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