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From: dave at (Dave Horsfall)
Subject: Re: [FD] Super Worm

On Tue, 20 Apr 2004, Bruce Ediger wrote:

> What!?!  You must be kidding - there were *tons* more hardware vendors
> back then, at least in terms of variety, because everyone had their own
> CPU architecture, or at least a wildly variant operating system.
> From the 1988 period, you're missing out:
> AT&T (3b2), Prime, Data General, Masscomp, Apollo, Ridge, Sun, Pyramid,
> Convex, Silicon Graphics, Mt Xinu, some company that made i860 multi-
> processors, Sequent, Bolt, Beranek and Newman had a 20-bit CPU (Butterfly?),
> Stellar, Ardent, Elxsi, and probably a pile of others.  I seem to recall Z-80
> based multi-user systems among others.

CCI, WICAT, ICL, NCR; on the Z-80 side there was Onyx and many others...

-- Dave

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