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July 23, 1991

SILICON GRAPHICS ALSO ANNOUNCES MIPS R3000A BASED MACHINE

By CBR Staff Writer

The Silicon Graphics Inc machine, based on the MIPS Computer Systems Inc R3000A part (CI No 1,721), also hits the streets in the UK from September: a diskless model with 8Mb RAM and a 16 colour monitor costs UKP6,800 here, and UKP8,500 with a 236Mb hard disk; the Indigo runs version 4.0 of Silicon Graphics’ Irix Unixalike and the firm’s UK marketing manager, Steve Webb, says it hasn’t decided whether it will offer the ACE consortium’s version of Santa Cruz Operation Inc’s Open Desktop yet – we’ve got to look at the functionality it will offer, he said, adding that the company will continue to offer its Irix implementation as well, in any case.

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