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February 8, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

The Control Data-inspired Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corp non-profit research co-op in Austin, Texas, has initiated a high temperature superconductor electronic applications research programme and 13 companies have signed to participate: the 13 are Bellcore, Boeing, CDC itself, DEC, du Pont, Eastman Kodak, General Electric, Harris, 3M, Motorola, NCR, Rockwell and Westinghouse – paying $100,000 each into the pot; work thus far has been on modelling superconducting interconnects for computers and comparing performance with that of chilled copper links.

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