Aeroflex offers new MIPS processor multichip module

Experts at Aeroflex Circuit Technology in Plainview, N.Y., are releasing a new MIPS microprocessor multichip module (MCM) for military and high-reliability applications. The new ACT-5271SC 64-bit superscalar microprocessor MCM not only offers improvements over the model`s previous generation, but also is plug-in compatible with older Aeroflex MIPS MCMs. The MCM has two megabytes of embedded secondary cache, comes in a 280 lead ceramic flat pack, and is compatible with the Aeroflex R4400-based MC

Jan 1st, 2000

Experts at Aeroflex Circuit Technology in Plainview, N.Y., are releasing a new MIPS microprocessor multichip module (MCM) for military and high-reliability applications. The new ACT-5271SC 64-bit superscalar microprocessor MCM not only offers improvements over the model`s previous generation, but also is plug-in compatible with older Aeroflex MIPS MCMs. The MCM has two megabytes of embedded secondary cache, comes in a 280 lead ceramic flat pack, and is compatible with the Aeroflex R4400-based MCM that has one megabyte of cache. For more information, contact Aeroflex`s Teresa Farris by phone at 719-594-8035, by fax at 719-594-8468, by post at 4350 Centennial Blvd., Colorado Springs, Colo. 80907, by e-mail at farris@utmc.utc. com, or on the world wide web at http:// www.aeroflex.com/. — J.K.

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