Surviving UK Transputer systems...

From: Ram Meenakshisundaram <RMeenaks_at_OLF.COM>
Date: Wed Nov 3 17:32:45 2004


Do you have any software, etc. Would love to archive this on my website and
future reference......



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From: John Honniball []
Sent: Wednesday, November 03, 2004 6:10 PM
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Subject: Re: Surviving UK Transputer systems...

Jules Richardson wrote:
> Does anyone know of any complete Transputer systems (i.e. several
> processors, cabinet, front-end control system etc.) from the '90's
> that still survive within the UK?

I have a bunch of INMOS and transputer kit that I need to find a new home
for. In fact, tomorrow I'm meeting the curator of the Bristol Industrial
Museum, to see what he'd like.

Would BP have room for some of this stuff? I've asked before, but always
been told that they weren't accepting any more computers.

John Honniball
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