Nisshin Electric Co and ASR Corp have developed the Kurama range of 32-bit 3 MIPS in-dustrial computers, which are real-time Unix machines that run either the VX Work Unix-compatible real-time operating system or BSD 4.2 Unix: the Kurama uses a MC68020 with MC68881 arithmetic co-processor, uses the VMEbus, sells for $32,000, and the partners are looking to sell 100 in the first year.
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