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July 6, 1987

STRATUS DONATES XA 2000 MODEL 100 SYSTEM TO CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY

By CBR Staff Writer

Stratus Computer Inc, Marlboro, Massachusetts, has donated an XA 2000 Model 100 Continuous Processing System to Carnegie Mellon University’s Research Center on Dependable Computing: as the centre’s first fault-tolerant computer, the Stratus system will be used in a working laboratory dedicated to research on perfecting computer reliability, being used in studies to predict hardware failures, to integrate parallel processing and fault-tolerance, and to design alternative hardware redundancy architectures – and it will port the university’s Unix-based Mach operating system onto the Stratus box.

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