Ross shows 90MHz hyperSPARC manufactured by parent Fujitsu

DeTar, Jim
October 1994
Electronic News;10/17/94, Vol. 40 Issue 2036, p82
Trade Publication
Focuses on Ross Technology's introduction of Fujitsu hyperSPARC upgrade for end-users of Sun Microsystems SPARCstation 10, SPARCstation 20 and SPARCserver 630/670/690 systems. Firm's relationship with parent corporation Fujitsu Ltd.; Struggle for design wins; Bid by Ross to increase its toehold in the upgrade segment of the SPARC processor market; Remarks by Ross Technology Chairman Roger D. Ross.


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