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March 17, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Mitsubishi Electric has announced three new 32-bit models at the upper end of the its Melcom 70MX/2000 range, and looks to sell 700 per year: the 2600, rated at 1.2 MIPS, comes with two 147Mb Winchesters, floppy disk and tape unit at $64,477; the multiprocessor 2800, rated at 1.8 times the single processor is $82,000, and the 2900 has a built-in 16 megaflops array processor for vector processing, and costs $95,394; the machines run Mitsubishi’s OS60, which is based on Unix with high-speed real-time processing extensions and the machines are aimed at the artificial intelligence and CAD/CAM/CAE markets.

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