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December 2, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Seems that the key product in development at SAE Inc, the Boulder, Colorado company where Matsushita Electronics has taken a 52% shareholding, is a 64-bit microprocessor being designed for use in superminis: Newsbytes Japan reports that the basic architecture of the chip has now been laid down, and current work involves the design of logic circuits; the partners will jointly market the resulting products in the US and Europe, while Matsushita will have exclusive rights in Japan.

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