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July 8, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

The new NEC Acos 3800 implements an extended architecture called XSA and runs a new Acos-4 derived from Acos-4/MVP/XE and Acos-4/AVP/XR: there has long been speculation that NEC would one day follow Fujitsu and Hitachi in going IBM-compatible and as a 32-bit machine derived from Level 64, which was conceived as a universal emulator, it would be technically feasible to derive a 370-compatible variant of the Acos 3800, although software development costs would be huge.

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