Subject: Re: some observations on the peripheral market
To: Manuel Bouyer <>
From: Robbie Stone <>
List: current-users
Date: 01/12/1999 00:23:50
Yeah, it is, an IPC is a "Lunchified" Sparc 1plus(25 mhz sparc) and an IPX
is a "lunchified" Sparc 2(which is a 40mhz sparc)

Please note that lunchified is compared to "pizzaified" referring to the
box it's in

Robbie Stone,
Serendipity Simplex

On Mon, 11 Jan 1999, Manuel Bouyer wrote:

> On Mon, Jan 11, 1999 at 11:51:30AM -0800, SAVE MY WALRUS wrote:
> > Indeed.  The Sun4c line is at least eight years old, and the Sun-3 line is
> > at least that far _beyond EOL_.  My IPX zips along not too badly considering
> > it's a, what, 25MHz box?  or is it 40?  [my mips.c program seems to want
> > to calculate it at about 40 MIPS, but I must be doing something wrong...]
> > 
> I think it's 40. The IPC is 25Mhz, and the ELC 33 and both are older ...
> They make nice small network servers thouh.
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> Manuel Bouyer <>
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