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April 12, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Motorola Inc has cut prices on 28 VME board-level products in the US, saying that it is passing on falling component prices and the benefits of manufacturing efficiencies at its Tempe, Arizona facility. Savings averaging $700 per board are being passed on to the customer and cuts range from 7% to 67%. The 67% reduction is on the MVME215-2, which now costs $895 reduced from $2,775 which has a high speed 512Kb CMOS RAM with on-board battery backup. The MVME215-3, which is a 215-2 with 1Mb CMOS RAM, is cut 66%. Cuts of some 25% are made on MVME133-1, MVME204-1, MVME214, MVME320A and MVME320A-1.

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