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August 15, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp has joined the rush to come up with an effective hardware relational database with Rinda, a back-end relational database machine for attachment to its DIPS 11 medium to large mainframes, and its small V30E machine. The elements of Rinda are a Content Storage Processor and Relational Operation Processor; similar chip-level databases have been developed by Advanced Micro Devices Corp and GEC’s Marconi arm.

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