IBM NCR 3330

IBM NCR 3330 A Powerful Desktop NCR has enhanced its AT bus product line with the addition of the NCR 3330, a powerful desktop computer that delivers superior upgradability. The NCR 3330, based on industry standard AT-but architecture and Intel486 microprocessor technology, contains two processor sockets and is upgradable through the entire i486 family. Upgrading [...]

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IBM, Apple, Motorola Dedicate Design Centre

The belief that computers regardless of their make, can share the same programs, came one step closer to reality, when IBM, Apple, and Motorola dedicated a new design and development facility. The 80,000 sq. ft., S500 million design centre, named Somerset, will employ 300 engineers from the three companies. These scientists will endeavor to bring [...]

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IBM, Apple’s first Power PC in early 1993

Originally Published in 1992, Computer Jagat Magazine IBM and Apple Computer Inc’s first PowerPC-based system will be priced under US$2,000 to compete with 386SX machines, officials from both companies and Motorola Inc revealed. The system, a low-end desktop expected as soon as early 1993, will offer about 20 SPECmarks in performance, said officials from the [...]

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IBM tools up Arabic for OS/2 applications

Originally Published in 1992 (Computer jagat) IBM is busy building Arabic solutions into OS/2. It has developed an Arabic Toolkit for OS/2 Presentation Manager that provides Arabic services on both the user and the programmer level. With the help of Arabic Toolkit, Arabic users will be able to enter, edit and display bilingual text through [...]

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ALR Challenges IBM to dual

Originally Published in 1992 (Computer Jagat) ALR’s Powerpro/MC systems are being launched in direct competition to IBM’s PS/2 Model 95 system. The Powerpro/MC system microprocessor is upgradeable. Unlike the IBM PS/2 Model 95 system, the Powerpro/MC is designed to be dual processor– ready to satisfy future high performance computing requirements,” said Gregory Hauw, vice president [...]

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Wake up Bangladesh — Mount Pumori Moved to This Delta

Published in 1992 (Computer Jagat) When the drab regulatory impediments and incongruous brucratic decesions are hindering the all-round faster growth of Computer Industry in Bangladesh, in that sad era of prolonged computer infancy here arrived an accomplished Napalcse computer entrepreneur to sell his banking software product — Pumori. Though it is heart wrenching for us, [...]

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IBM edges into search for next computer generation

Published in July 1992 (Computer Jagat) New York, June 1— IBM recently outlined a broad-based future product plan that both impressed analysts and left them skeptical. IBM’s scope pleased analysts, but its vision of a radically different computing paradigm raised questions as to how it would happen. IBM executives outlined a two-year product cycle that [...]

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IBM’s Return to Profitability

Published in 1992 (Computer Jagat) IBM has made a welcome return to profitability following one of the most traumatic years in its history. The company reported 1st quarter net profits of $595million against losses of $1.7billion last time, on turnover up 3.3%at$14billion. John Akers, IBM chairman said, “Although worldwide economic conditions remain unpredictable, we are [...]

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IBM Unveils New RS/6000 Models

In the largest RISC System/6000 (RS/6000) unveiling since the introduction of the product line, IBM launched five new models that include two mid range and one high-end workstations. It also made a big splash in the crowded pool of low-end Unix workstations with the unveiling of three new models in the $5,000 to $10,000 price [...]

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