Alpha goes ISA General-purpose PC-based imaging systems can now take advantage of DEC Alpha

Alpha goes ISA General-purpose PC-based imaging systems can now take advantage of DEC Alpha AXP-based processors, thanks to the introduction of the SB21064 Series ISA boards. The SB21064 series consists of Windows NT and Digital UNIX versions with either 275- or 300-MHz Alpha RISC processors. A variety of memory options are offered including 1-2-Mbyte cache RAM and 16-128-Mbyte DRAM. Both ISA and PCI bus operation are provided on-board. On-board peripherals include Fast SCSI and EIDE drive cont

Oct 1st, 1996

Alpha goes ISA General-purpose PC-based imaging systems can now take advantage of DEC Alpha AXP-based processors, thanks to the introduction of the SB21064 Series ISA boards. The SB21064 series consists of Windows NT and Digital UNIX versions with either 275- or 300-MHz Alpha RISC processors. A variety of memory options are offered including 1-2-Mbyte cache RAM and 16-128-Mbyte DRAM. Both ISA and PCI bus operation are provided on-board. On-board peripherals include Fast SCSI and EIDE drive controllers on the PCI bus and a controller for floppy drives from 360k bytes to 2.88 Mbytes. Dual serial ports, an enhanced parallel port, and a watchdog timer are standard features on all the boards. Prices range from $2749 to $3599, depending on configuration. Industrial Computer Source, 9950 Barnes Canyon Road, San Diego, CA 92121; (800) 523-2320.

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