SPARCStation

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SPARCStation

(computer)
A family of workstations from Sun Microsystems based on the SPARC architecture. Models include the SPARCStation 1, 1+, SLC, SPARCStation ELC, IPX, SPARCStation 5, SPARCStation 10 and SPARCStation 20.
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Computer implementation of the model was carded out on a Sun SPARCstation memory and network access to a SPARCserver 1000E with approximately 100 [ILLEGIBLE TEXT] software was written in C++, an object-oriented programming language.
[1997] and ours were obtained on a SPARCserver 1000.
We have moved the search function via WAIS to a 4-processor Sparcserver 1000 - which is not the JB controller.
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The main server will be a SUN SPARCserver 1000 with two processors.
In addition, the company will also offer Sun's SPARCserver 10 computer, which can accept up to four RISC CPUs, for Mac networks with several hundred workstations; Sun's SPARCclassic RISC-based fileserver will be available for installations of 40 workstations or less.
Ruggedized versions of the Sun Microsystems SPARCserver operating under real-time Unix provided data inputs to desktop workstations (Figure 2).
DTI announced its selection of Sun's Sparcserver for its Sybase SQL relational database platform.
The programs rev_shrt, deriv, gauss, mtx_add, qsort, and trans were timed using a SPARCserver 670MP with four Cypress, CY605 CPUs and 64MB of RAM.
Business Support Services' computing system consists of two SparcServer 490s linked via Ethernet and Sun's NFS networking software to more than 100 PCs and eight Sun workstations, including four compact, desktop SparcStation 1s and lower-end SparcStation IPCs.