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April 22, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Adaptive Solutions Inc, the Beaverton, Oregon company with the CNAPS Co-processor Node Architecture for Parallel Systems has won a significant customer for the technology in the shape of Scan-Optics Inc, which is now based in East Hartford, Connecticut. Scan-Optics intends to embed a CNAPS/VME board with a whopping 512 processors on it as a recognition and classification engine in its Optical Character Recognition systems, running neural network software, under an agreement that could be worth $2.5m over two years. Scan-Optics says it will concentrate the use of CNAPS on hand and machine print character recognition at first.

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