Dec-micro processor, Assembly Language

DEC :

A powerful new Alpha 64 bit RISC computer chip was introduced in the year 1977, as new VAX (Virtual Address Extension) Computer. The VAX was 32 bit computer line based on operating system, called VMS. This new computer system was more powerful and had better time-sharing capabilities than past DEC systems DEC net networking technology-enabled customers to attach different types of DEC computers together from small workstations to large corporate servers.

As the 80s drew to a close DECs were not IBM compatible and were designed as a way for users to attach to DEC server systems rather than stand-alone products. And DEC manufactured all the components for its PCs, resulting in systems that were much more costly than other PC vendors.

From 1984 to 1988 DEC developing its own RISC chip, the PRISM. By using these chips, DEC introduced a UNIX workstation running on its own UNIX, Ultrix

The RISC chips are to be utilized in these new VAXes was a new 64 Bit chip, designed by DEC, code-named the Alpha.

 

Posted Date: 10/9/2012 9:32:06 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Dec-micro processor, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Dec-micro processor, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Dec-micro processor Discussions

Write discussion on Dec-micro processor
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Interrupt System Based on Single 8259 A The 8259A is contained in a 28-pin dual-in-line package that need only a + 5-V supply voltage.  Its organization is shown in given figur


Signal descriptions of 8086 : described below are common for the maximum andminimum mode bothdata lines AD15 -AD0: These are the time multiplexed andmemory I/O address. Addre


write a program assembly language for adding two 3*3 matrix


SEG : Segment of a Label:- The SEG operator is which is used to decide the segment address of the, variable, label or procedure and substitutes the segment base address in plac

I have two homework assignments due in 10 hours for the x86 processor assembly language

64-bit integer calculator, which processes using 16-bits at a time (reg/mem16 operands)

Trying to convert small programs from C to 8086 assembly language using emu 8086 emulator. I converted to low level C, but struggling with converting to the Assembly language.