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December 2, 1993

TOSHIBA TO ADOPT POWERPC ONLY IF IT BECOMES STANDARD

By CBR Staff Writer

US reports cited Toshiba Corp’s personal computer unit’s general manager, Tetsuya Mizoguchi, as saying the company was thinking of adopting the PowerPC chip for its next generation of workstations and personal computers. Mizoguchi, when contacted by Unigram.X, however, declared he had been misquoted. He claims to have said that if the PowerPC becomes a de facto standard, then Toshiba will consider using it. The group is already said to be using Intel Corp’s Pentium in its desktop personal computers and will be continuing its Intel-Microsoft Corp alignment.

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