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August 10, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

The development of Inmos Transputer-based products continues to gather pace: Quintek Ltd of Westbury-On-Trym, Avon, has announced a four Transputer-on-a-single-board products that it claims turn an IBM Personal into a 40 MIPS machine, from less than 1 MIPS, at an extremely cost-effective price; meanwhile, Lex Service Plc’s Hawke Components Distribution in Sunbury-On-Thames has launched a Transputer on a double height VME card for ICL developers; the IMS B011 comes with either a 32-bit T414 or a 32-bit floating point T800 Transputer, 2Mb of dynamic RAM, a maximum of 256Kb EPROM, and dwo serial ports.

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