NEC Corp has incorporated the new Intel 80386 chip into a new 32-bit financial terminal, which goes on trial in the spring: it is a general purpose teller terminal with facilities for account inquiries, foreign exchange and other banking transactions, and uses a real-time operating system and proprietary NEC local area network and office software.
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