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May 24, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Tricord Systems Inc, Minneapolis reckons it needs the speed of Gallium Arsenide to differentiate its servers from the run-of-the-mill, and has signed a long-term strategic relationship to use Camarillo, California-based Vitesse Semiconductor Corp cache controller and data communication products with its enterprise servers. Tricord is developing a mainstream Pentium PowerFrame system using Vitesse’s VSP947/948 multiprocessor cache controller chip set, which Vitesse announced yesterday. The cache controller set for the Pentium can linearly scale to support up to 12 processors running at up to 100MHz with zero-wait state performance. It also supports cache sizes up to 8Mb, and is programmable for either direct-mapped or two-way set associative protocol – and it supports 3V and 5V input-output operation.

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