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I will begin this column with a reply to Paul Meiland, whose letter appeared in the March issue of SIGMINI Newsletter. Paul sent me a copy of the letter which was later reprinted in the <u>Forum</u>.
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A press release was received from Digital Computer Controls announcing the introduction of four new minicomputers; D--216, D--316, D--416 and D--616. These new machines round out DIGITAL COMPUTER'sExpand
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How can a novice select a minicomputer system to fulfill specific needs? No way! The novice has three choices: 1) accept a vendor's proposed system; 2) hire a consultant to make the selections; or 3)Expand
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Hewlett-Packard has announced a 2108K mini-processor board which can act as a 24-bit microprocessor with a 325 ns cycle time for register-to-register add. An optional 12728E instruction set ROMExpand
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A new and very interesting minicomputer has appeared on the scene --- the IBM 5100 Portable Computer. By now most of you have seen advertisements for the 5100 in various magazines and newspapers readExpand
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In the April issue of <u>Computer Design</u> the latest offering from Data General Corp. was reviewed. Expand
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On March 2 I attended a seminar conducted by DEC (Digital Equipment Corp.) describing their microcomputer, the LSI--11. The LSI--11 is called a minicomputer, but is also sold in two packages whichExpand