August 19, 1988
The New York Times
Zenith Data Systems Corporation introduced a new multiprocessing computer that is based on as many as six Intel 80386 microprocessors operating simultaneously. The new multiprocessor was developed for the unit of the Zenith Electronics Corporation by Corollary Inc. of Irvine, Calif. Designed to run both the Unix and MS-DOS operating systems, the new computer is aimed at the market traditionally served by more expensive minicomputers. The computer is scheduled to be available during the first half of 1989. A spokesman said that the price of the system had not yet been determined, but that it would not be substantially less than current minicomputers.
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