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July 16, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Wavetracer Inc, Acton, Massachusetts, has introduced a parallel processing subsystem with up to 16,384 processor units that can be attached to workstations hosts for scientific applications: the Data Transport Computer runs off the host’s operating system and starts at $98,000 for a 4,096 processor configuration with 128Mb memory performing at 325 MIPS and 30 MFLOPS, rising to $413,000 for a 1,300 MIPS and 122 MFLOPS system.

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