Silicon Graphics files for Chap 11 and is sold to Rackable for $25 Million

Jochen Kunz jkunz at
Thu Apr 2 02:59:46 CDT 2009

On Thu, 2 Apr 2009 05:45:55 +0200
Alexander Schreiber <als at> wrote:

>  - SINIX Unix servers: Their own hardware architecture, MIPS CPUs and
>    a (IMHO) truly horrible Unix, dead
The SINIX machines started with NS32[05]32 CPUs. Later they used
i80486. Note: This was not a PeeCee. It was basicly the same machine
architecture as the NS32[05]32 machines but with the i80486 shoehorned
in. The MIPS machines came after that and at least some of them where
ARC compliant.



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