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February 27, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

Also launching 88000-based machines is Motorola Computer Systems Inc itself with the Delta Series 8000 line, costing $28,000 to $80,000, the larger models coming with up to four 88000s and supporting up to 500 users. The machines are built around the OEM MVME 188 boards, which also have up to four 88000s and cost $22,950 with one, $27,300 with two, $33,500 with four processors, when you buy 100-up; the price includes 128Kb cache and 16Mb memory, expandable to 64Mb; they are offered with Unix System V.3 and a real-time operating system, and the single processor boards arrive in May, the others in June.

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