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December 6, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Qudos Ltd, the Cambridge Quick Design On Silicon company, has a contract, initially for one year, to supply Acorn Computers Plc Archimedes 300 series RISC workstations to the Cambridge University Computing Service as part of the Project Granta five-year programme to put a personal computer on the desk of each of the 15,000 students and staff of the university: well over 1,000 machines, many of them Archimedes, are expected to be in place by the end of 1988; the computers will be linked via a fibre optic network to facilities like facsimile, and on to the Cambridge University Data Network, which links IBM hosts, Unix machines and various other computer systems.

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