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Pinnacle, the almost forgotten Cypress Semiconductor Corp version of a superscalar Sparc chip being developed by its Ross Technology subsidiary, is planned to be described at Compcon in San Francisco, February 25 to 27: could it beat the Viking to market? Certainly Sparcsystem builders are guessing that if it works out, it could prove more available to them than Viking.
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