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SPARC is [[Sun Microsystem]]'s 32-bit RISC processor, not to be confused with its more modern 64-bit descendant, UltraSPARC.  It was manufactured by several companies including Sun, Fujitsu, TI, etc.
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SPARC is [[Sun Microsystem]]'s 32-bit RISC processor, an enhanced SPARC (32b), not to be confused with its more modern 64-bit descendant, UltraSPARC.  It was manufactured by several companies including Atmel, Bipolar Integrated Technology, Cypress Semiconductor, Fujitsu, Matsushita and Texas Instruments., etc. SPARC is fully open, non-proprietary and royalty-free
  
It was used in a variety of Sun systems.
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It was used in a variety of Sun systems, from speeds of 14.28Mhz to 200 MGhz.
  
 
== Sun-4 machines ==
 
== Sun-4 machines ==
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== SPARCstations ==
 
== SPARCstations ==
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* [[SPARCstation 1]]
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* [[SPARCstation 1+]]
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* [[SPARCstation 2]]
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* [[SPARCstation 10]]
  
 
* [[SPARCstation 5]]
 
* [[SPARCstation 5]]
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* [[SPARCstation 20]]
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* [[SPARCstation 4]]
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* [[SPARC Xterminal 1]]
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== SPARC Integrated and laptops ==
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* [[SPARCstation SLC]]
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* [[SPARCstation ELC]]
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* [[SPARCstation Voyager]]
  
 
== SPARCservers ==
 
== SPARCservers ==
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* [[SPARCserver 330]]
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* [[SPARCserver 370]]
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* [[SPARCserver 390]]
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* [[SPARCserver 470]]
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* [[SPARCserver 490]]
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* [[SPARCserver 630MP]]
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* [[SPARCserver 670MP]]
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* [[SPARCserver 690MP]]
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* [[SPARCserver 1000/1000E]]
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* [[SPARCserver 2000/2000E]]
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* [[Cray Superserver CS6400]]
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=== References and more information ===
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[http://www.clock.org/~fair/computers/suns.html Table of some Sun Micro systems computer models.]
  
 
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[[Category: Microprocessors]]
 
[[Category: Microprocessors]]

Latest revision as of 20:00, 15 August 2019

SPARC is Sun Microsystem's 32-bit RISC processor, an enhanced SPARC (32b), not to be confused with its more modern 64-bit descendant, UltraSPARC. It was manufactured by several companies including Atmel, Bipolar Integrated Technology, Cypress Semiconductor, Fujitsu, Matsushita and Texas Instruments., etc. SPARC is fully open, non-proprietary and royalty-free

It was used in a variety of Sun systems, from speeds of 14.28Mhz to 200 MGhz.

Sun-4 machines

The Sun-4s were SPARC-based computers using the Sun-3's general VMEbus approach.

SPARCstations

SPARC Integrated and laptops

SPARCservers

References and more information

Table of some Sun Micro systems computer models.