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Sun SPARCStation IPX

The SPARCstation, SPARCserver and SPARCcenter product lines were a series of SPARC-based computer workstations and servers in desktop, deskside (pedestal) and rack-based form factor developed and sold by Sun Microsystems

The first SPARCstation was the SPARCstation 1 (also known as the Sun 4/60), introduced in 1989. The series was very popular and introduced the Sun-4c architecture, a variant of the Sun-4 architecture previously introduced in the Sun 4/260. Thanks in part to the delay in the development of more modern processors from Motorola, the SPARCstation series was very successful across the entire industry. The last model bearing the SPARCstation name was the SPARCstation 20. The series was replaced by the Sun Ultra series in 1995.

SPARCstation IPX
Model: 4/50 478
Code name:
Platform: sun4c
CPU: Fujitsu MB86903 or Weitek W8701 40 MHz
RAM: 64 MB
Announced: 1991

Our machine has a serial numberr of 234HZ952

Manufacturer: Sun Microsytems
Date: 1991

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Magazines RELATED to Sun SPARCStation IPX in our Library

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Personal Computer World - June 1989 1 Jun 1989

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH26763. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


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