The SGI Quad Tezro and SGI Fuel and their MIPS-based server-line is
still in use by institutions. However the fact is that the big
business is in embedded devices nowadays with MIPS32/MIPS64. Albeit
there does exist netbooks based on MIPS.
On 18 May 2009, at 18:31, David Daney wrote:
Jon Fraser wrote:
Are people just looking for eval type boards with MIPS cpus?
I think the answer to that is: Yes.
There are not really any commercially available MIPS based devices
that can be used as a general purpose server/workstation. Some
people are working on old SGI Octanes, but there is really nothing
available for currently produced processors.
(Not offical statments for Broadcom)
On Fri, 2009-05-15 at 20:14 -0700, Andrew Wiley wrote:
Is there any way for a mere mortal like me to get his hands on a
BCM91480B, the evaulation board for Bigsur, and if so, how much
it cost? Right now, it's not even on the Broadcom website, but I
seeing mentions of it on the internet as if many people are
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