Paired 68000 systems - was Re: out-of-mainstream minis

Jon Elson elson at
Fri Jul 3 22:13:22 CDT 2015

On 07/03/2015 09:11 PM, Toby Thain wrote:
> On 2015-07-03 8:09 PM, Glen Slick wrote:
>> Apollo is the classic example of using plain 68K (two).
> I always associate it with Tandem:
Not sure what you are referring to, here.  Tandem did not 
use 68K processors as the main CPU
in any of their machines.  (There could, possibly, have been 
68Ks in some of the peripherals.)
They had their own 16-bit mini architecture, loosely based 
on HP's stack oriented minis.


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