Whitechapel Computer Works MG-1

Al Kossow aek at bitsavers.org
Sun Nov 30 19:49:50 CST 2014

On 11/30/14 5:21 PM, Chuck Guzis wrote:
> early 16032 chips were a little on the flaky side, but that may have
> been rumor.

no rumor. Syte Information Technology in San Diego built a graphics workstation with the parts
and tanked because the NS silicon was late.

There was a company in Palo Alto that built a NS32K Qbus board that ran as a Unix coprocessor under
RSX, with RSX doing all the I/O. I have some of the software, but none of the boards.

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