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December 9, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Seiko Instruments Electronics Ltd has signed for a reported $4m of MIPS Computer Systems Inc microsupercomputers from its Japanese distributor Marubeni Electronics Inc: Seiko will use the MIPS M/1000 as the compute server in its SX-8000 line of CAD systems, which currently has a customer base of over 250; the SX-8000 is a complete system for VLSI-level design and includes Seiko’s own high-performance graphics workstation as part of the system; the M/1000 is being added to augment Seiko’s existing DEC MicroVAX II-based servers, using the DECnet-compatible communications package, CommUnity, developed by Technology Concepts Inc to marry it in.

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