VAXstation

VAXstation

A family of workstations from DEC based on their VAX computer architecture.

VAXstation

A single-user VAX computer that ran under VMS introduced in 1988. See VAX.
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To support our research, we have an extensive research computer facility, including over 200 Sun, VaxStation, DecStation and TI Explorer workstations, numerous servers, two Sequent Balance multiprocessors, a Kendall Square Research KSR 1-64 parallel processor, a 4096-node Connection Machine, a variety of graphics devices, both Salisbury and Utah/MIT robotic hands, several Denning mobile robots and real-time testbed.
The publishing hardware consist of four VAXstation 3200s connected to a VAX 6430 in a local-area VAX clusters.
VAXstation 3200, where it is processed through XDS, a public domain software package.
These double-sided answer sheets are scanned and the data files merged into a VAX computer system, comprised of a MicroVAX 3400 cluster, MicroVAX II and VAXstation 2000.
Several models are available: for the development environment, a midrange model for the VAXstation 2000, and a model for use with the MicroVAX information processor (part of the A-B Pyramid Integrator).
Last October, Digital introduced VMS/SNA, MicroVMS layered software that enables individual MicroVax I and II and VAXstation II systems to directly connect to, and participate in, an IBM SNA environment.
Faculty members have Sparc, VaxStation 2000 and DecStation 3100 workstations in their offices with extensive network connections to the departmental 26-processor Sequent Symmetry and 5 Micro Vax computers, and to computers on campus, including an IBM 3090/600J supercomputer, and elsewhere.
PHOTO : including the RISC Unix-based DEC-station 3100 and the VMS-based VAXstation 3100.
They are the VAXstation 3100s (low-end), VAXstation 3520 and 3540 (mid-range), and DECstation 3100 (high-end and RISC-based).
Godain's system runs development tool software and operates as a server for 24 VAXstation 4000 workstations.