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January 25, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Prime Computer Inc, which has a significant minority stake in Cydrome Inc, put at under 20%, yesterday announced its version of the Cydra 5 as the MXCL 5 departmental supercomputer. Under the marketing pact, Prime in the US will go exclusively after manufacturing and financial services users, but has rights to sell the machine box all comers in the rest of the world. The MXCL 5 uses Ethernet and TCP/IP to communicate with Prime 50 Series superminis, PCXL 5500 workstations and alien machines. Prime also has integration tools for 50 Series users to transfer files and submit remote and local batch jobs to the MXCL 5.

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