Archistrat computer


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Archistrat computer

An earlier upgradable computer system from The Panda Project, Inc., Boca Raton, FL. It was designed to accommodate future technologies by using a high-bandwidth backplane up to 256 bits wide that CPU and peripheral boards plugged into. The first Intel-based Archistrat shipped in 1995, but production ceased in 1998. See VSPA and Compass connector.
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Crane commented that: "Our roots for the first Archistrat computer linked back to Silicon Valley.
Note to Media: A photo of The Panda Project's Archistrat Computer is available on Business Wire's Photo Bulletin Board Service (BBS).
BUSINESS WIRE)--May 22, 1996--The Panda Project (NASDAQ:PNDA) announced Wednesday that it has been awarded its first contract by the Federal Government, General Services Administration (number GS-35-F-4293D) to resell Archistrat computer systems throughout all Federal Government Agencies.