Software Patent Institute (IEEE Computer Volume 16 Number 2, Pages 88-93)
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New Products Editor: Prof. Demetrios A. Michalopoulos
California State University, Fullerton
Eight bit CP/M based systems connect into 16-user network.
The TS803, one of two eight-bit models from TeleVideo Systems, is a complete standalone system with two 500K-byte floppy disks and features business quality graphics with a resolution of 640 x 240 pixels. The TS803 can also connect into a service processor to use TeleVideo's network manager, MmmOST.
The second eight-bit model, the TS800, can serve up to 15 additional users as a satellite station, once the user is on NlmmOST, without additional storage.
Both the TS803 and the TS800 have 14-inch screens, and the detachable keyboards allow key repositioning. The TS803 features two slimline floppy disk drives mounted vertically in a towerlike enclosure adjacent to the screen. The cooling system is silent and vents from the tower top. The design reduces heat accumulation in the terminal as well as enhancing system reliability, according to the company.
Standard interface features on both models include one RS- 232 serial port for a modem or serial printer, one parallel Centronicscompatible printer port and an RS-422 port capable of 800K bps communications to either of the TeleVideo multiuser service processors -- the TS806 (up to six user stations) and the TS816 (up to 16 user stations).
Both the TS803 and the TS800 are based on the Zilog Z80A microprocessor, and both come with 64K bytes of RAM, expandable to 128K bytes.
(Image Omitted: The TS803, one of two eight-bit models, developed by Televideo Systems, offers small businesses the opportunity to grow from single-user stations to a full network via
Televideo's MmmOST network manager.)
The fully configured TS803 costs 52495. A 64K memory upgrade is as ailable. The TS800 intelligent workstation costs 51495. OEM discounts are available.
TS803 Reader Service Number 31 TS800 Reader Service Number 32
Fortran-77 available for DECsystem-10/20 mainframes
A version of Fortran for the DECsystem-10 and DECsystem-20 mainframes has been developed by Digital Equipment Corporation. Called Fortran-10/20 Version 7, it supports most of the features of the full language Fortran-77 standard and meets the subset language Fortran-77 standard. Fortran-10/20 runs under the Tops- 10 and Tops-20 and complies with the subset level ANSI standard Fortran-77.
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