Imaging system features dual processors

Based on Windows NT, the VMEvision imaging system comes with two 233-MHz Pentium or Pentium II processors with 512 kbytes of cache, a four-channel frame grabber, 64-bit BLT graphics, and up to 256 Mbytes of main memory. It also provides two 10/100-Mbit/s Ethernet ports, a 9.1-Gbyte SCSI hard drive, an LS-120 floppy drive, and a library of imaging, graphics, and system-control functions, all for $9995. Both Pentium processors work concurrently on compute-intensive graphics and imaging tasks. The

Feb 1st, 1999

Imaging system features dual processors

Based on Windows NT, the VMEvision imaging system comes with two 233-MHz Pentium or Pentium II processors with 512 kbytes of cache, a four-channel frame grabber, 64-bit BLT graphics, and up to 256 Mbytes of main memory. It also provides two 10/100-Mbit/s Ethernet ports, a 9.1-Gbyte SCSI hard drive, an LS-120 floppy drive, and a library of imaging, graphics, and system-control functions, all for $9995. Both Pentium processors work concurrently on compute-intensive graphics and imaging tasks. The system`s imaging library is coded for the Pentium`s MMX extensions, which includes instructions for accelerating imaging and graphics operations. General Micro Systems, 8358 Maple Place, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730; (909) 980-4863, FAX: (909) 987-4863.

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