Palo Alto, CA--February 24, 1997--Hewlett-Packard Co. (Palo Alto, CA) announced that the HP VISUALIZE Model B132L has been named a 1997 UNIX Review Labs Reference Platform for advanced 32-bit graphics workstations.
This designation is in recognition of the system's innovative design and outstanding overall performance during lab tests. In the February 1997 issue of "UNIX Review," the B132L distinguished itself as the first system in the lab's history to achieve the highest ranking of "excellent" in all categories: design, installation, documentation, expandability, operation, performance, and overall.
The HP VISUALIZE Model B132L, introduced in September 1996, is a high-value midrange Unix system workstation designed for customers in 2-D and 3-D markets, including mechanical-design automation (MDA), electronic-design automation (EDA), and technical-software development. The system is powered by the HP PA7300LC processor, a 32-bit, two-way, superscalar CPU designed for leading price/performance leadership in high-volume systems. The system is equipped with HP VISUALIZE EG 2-D graphics and is priced from $6,795.
Palo Alto, CA
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