ABI 377

Mr. O.Coutelle NIMR olli at crc.ac.uk
Mon Feb 6 15:16:30 EST 1995


In article <3gufdi$74v at news.doit.wisc.edu>, mayhew at midgaard.genetics.wisc.edu (George Mayhew) writes:
> 
> This question is also a concern of mine as well.  I'm interested in
> TRUE benchmarks that anyone has gotten.  ABI's benchmarks are often
> "best-case" type.  I understand that the 373 is no longer sold, and
> while we have one of these already, we are looking for multiple
> machines.  It would be nice to be able to estimate my throughput ahead
> of time.
> 
> Any info is appreciated.
> 
> Ciao,
> G.
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I would also appreciate some info on the new ABI machine, if somebody has that
information available, please post it to the newsgoup as I am sure there will be
many more people interested. I have heard the new machine is also cheaper than
the A373a by how much?  Thanks in advance.




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