Sky releases PowerPC daughtercard

Designers at Sky Computers Inc. of Chelmsford, Mass., are offering new VME daughtercards called Excalibur that are based on the PowerPC 740 microprocessor and that communicate via the 320-megabyte-per-second SKYchannel interconnect. These daughtercards, which complement similar cards from Sky that are based on the Analog Devices SHARC digital signal processor and Intel i860 microprocessor, process data at 2 billion floating point operations per second with four PowerPC 740 microprocessors and as

Sep 1st, 1997

Designers at Sky Computers Inc. of Chelmsford, Mass., are offering new VME daughtercards called Excalibur that are based on the PowerPC 740 microprocessor and that communicate via the 320-megabyte-per-second SKYchannel interconnect. These daughtercards, which complement similar cards from Sky that are based on the Analog Devices SHARC digital signal processor and Intel i860 microprocessor, process data at 2 billion floating point operations per second with four PowerPC 740 microprocessors and as much as 356 megabytes of dynamic random access memory. For more information, contact Dianne Capps at Sky by phone at 508-250-1920, by fax at 508-250-0036, or on the World Wide Web at http://www.sky.com/. - J.K.

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