Vr Series

Vr Series

A legacy family of CPU chips from NEC Electronics Corporation, Santa Clara, CA (www.necel.com) that was based on the MIPS 64-bit architecture. The Vr4000, Vr5000 and Vr7700 models were used in PCs that ran the MIPS version of Windows NT.
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Hosted on Windows 95/NT, CodeWarrior for NEC will provide Windows CE support, as well as, for application development running on the NEC VR Series embedded processors.
VR Series, VR7701, VR5500, VR4131, VR7700 are either a registered trademarks or trademarks of NEC Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Directed by Stromberg, THERE is a unique feature-length storytelling journey that will be presented as a VR series.
Featured introductions included the new Entrada network access power controller series with advanced IP functionality, HubSat outdoor passive UTP transceiver hubs with integral camera power, VertiLine DC rack mount powers, additional ReServ UPS solutions, versatile SAV DC wall mount power supplies and higher current VR series power conversion modules.
Victor Taichung (Fortune) will introduce its new Vr Series hydraulic machines.
The RockHopper development system is a highly efficient and flexible development environment featuring the capabilities of NEC Electronics' VR Series embedded processors.
NEC Electronics Inc says it is supplying VR4300 and VR4310 RISC processors for the new LaserJet 4500 color and 32-page per minute 8100 monochrome printers, the fourth and fifth HP printers to use the 64-bit VR Series chips.
Joining the company's recently launched VR Series, NetVR version 1.
Each new addition to our VR series expands the range of applications available to our enterprise customers," said John L.
The red indicator is integral to its newly commercial Cadox VR series of peroxides (MEKP, AAP, and CHP types)--not a separate additive.
Customers can use the RockHopper development kits to evaluate Wind River's debugging and programming tools and their range of options and features, which are now available for NEC Electronics' VR Series microprocessors.
Both can be easily upgraded to the VR Series, introduced in February, which includes the Pronto VR and NetBox VR integrated video products.