A SPARCStation based on the HyperSPARC processor. The 20 is compatible with the earlier SPARCstation 10. It has a clock rate of 100MHz and delivers a SPECfp92 of 127.6.
The SPARCstation 20 Model 71 and 712MP uses the 75MHz SuperSPARC processors that give a 35% and 14% boost to SPECint92 and SPECfp92 respectively compared to the 61/612MP. UK prices range from £15,450 – £20,500 for 71 and £21,700 – £25,000 for the 712. UK availability was planned for April 1995.
- Sparcsystem 4
computer A computer built with the MicroSPARC ii 70MHz CPU as used in the SPARC 5 Model 70. The SPARCsystem 4 is basically a cheaper, cut-down SPARC 5. It has an 8-bit pixel accelerator instead of the SBus Turbo GX card. Memory expansion is limited to 160 MB. Availability was planned for March/April 1995. (1995-02-07)
- Sparc xterminal 1
computer Sun’s lowest cost networked Unix desktop, it is board-upgradeable to a SPARC 4. It comes with a choice of frame buffers: 8-bit colour, Turbo GX, or Turbo GX plus. This product was expected to replace the SPARCclassic X. UK availability was planned for March 1995. (1995-02-08)
noun, Nautical. 1. the upper deck of a vessel, extending from stem to stern.
verb (used with object), spared, sparing. 1. to refrain from harming or destroying; leave uninjured; forbear to punish, hurt, or destroy: to spare one’s enemy. 2. to deal gently or leniently with; show consideration for: His harsh criticism spared no one. 3. to save from strain, discomfort, embarrassment, or the like, or from a particular […]