Vr Series

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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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NOTE: NEC, VR Series, VRC4171, VR4100, VR4101, VR4102, VR4300, VR4400, VR5000 and VR10000 are registered trademarks or trademarks of NEC Corp.
The company offers a broad line of MIPS-based microprocessors, including the VR4100, VR4101, VR4300, VR4400, VR5000 and VR10000.
RISCstation2250 offers an unparalleled price/performance level and supports up to two Vr4400 microprocessors operating at 250 MHz.
The company offers a broad line of MIPS-based microprocessors, including the VR4000, VR4100, VR4101, VR4200, VR4300, VR4400, VR5000 and VR10000, which comprise NEC's 64-bit RISC offerings.
The company offers a broad line of MIPS-based microprocessors including the VR4000, VR4100, VR4200, VR4300, VR4400, VR5000 and VR10000, which comprise NEC's 64-bit RISC offerings.
The company has one of the broadest lines of MIPS-based microprocessors, including the VR4000, VR4100, VR4200, VR4300, VR4400, VR5000 and VR10000 64-bit RISC offerings.
Featuring NEC's Multi-RISC Plus symmetric multi-processing architecture, these systems incorporate up to four MIPS Vr4400 microprocessors operating at 200 MHZ, enable multiple instruction execution, and support a 64-bit architecture that optimizes data processing while minimizing faults.
NEC RISCservers employ the NEC MultiRISC architecture, incorporating the 64-bit VR4400, which has a five-stage super pipeline design to enable multiple instruction execution and is the third-generation of 64-bit architecture that optimizes data processing and minimizes faults.
The VR4000, VR4100, VR4200, VR4300 VR4400 today comprise NEC's 64-bit RISC offering.
Based on Microsoft Windows NT Server and BackOffice integrated family of server software, the RISCserver 2250 supports up to two MIPS VR4400 microprocessors operating at 250 MHz.
Running on Windows NT, the RISCstation 2250 supports up to two MIPS VR4400 microprocessors operating at 250 MHz, as well as the best OpenGL 3D graphics accelerators to drive the most demanding graphics intensive applications and multi-user, multi-threaded computing environments.
NEC's RISCserver 2200 employs the NEC MultiRISC architecture, incorporating the 64-bit VR4400 family of microprocessors based on the MIPS RISC architecture, with which Microsoft developed Windows NT.