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Re: New Vax - future directions :-)
> On Jul 6, 2021, at 2:12 PM, Mouse <mouse%Rodents-Montreal.ORG@localhost> wrote:
>>>> Curious - what would the commercial implication be if, say, a new
>>>> VAX architecture were to take shape in the FPGA world?
> Commercial? None, probably; it strikes me as unlikely that anyone has
> any commercially relevant applications for VAXen, and if there are any
> they are probably severely hardware-specific (eg, existing custom Qbus
> hardware) and thus irrelevant to Ragge's FPGA VAX.
VMS is still a commercial product, supporting a (probably small) company. Come to think of it, there are even people who earn a living, or part of one, from PDP-11 systems.
If someone wanted a Q-bus VAX, tacking a QBA onto the side of Ragge's design is probably a pretty small task.
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