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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transputer

The transputer was a series of pioneering microprocessors of the 1980s, featuring integrated memory and serial communication links, intended for parallel  ...

www.cs.bris.ac.uk/~dave/transputer.html

David May's Transputer Page. From 1979 I worked in Bristol as the architect of the Inmos transputer and still have a large collection of material about the design,  ...

www.diku.dk/~vinter/xmp/lecture6Transputer.pdf

What is Transputer ? • The first single chip computer designed for message- passing parallel systems, in 1980s, by the company INMOS. • Transistor Computer.

www.transputer.net/fbooks/tarch/tarch.html

Preface. This manual describes the architecture of the transputer family of products. The first section gives a brief summary of the major features of the transputer ...

www.tnmoc.org/special-projects/transputer

The Inmos Transputer was a British-designed, novel parallel microprocessor ... The links on the Transputer allow connection to up to four other Transputers or ...

www.transputer.net/fbooks/iandt/inmos_transputer.html

In the first part Iann Barron describes how Inmos came into being and the thinking behind the revolutionary transputer. In the second part, which starts at the ...

sites.google.com/site/transputeremulator

This is a fully working Inmos T414 Transputer and Iserver emulator based on Julian Highfield's work for the PC. Key word: PC Transputer Emulator, PC based  ...

wotug.org/papers/IvimeyCook_W22.pdf

The Inmos transputer was more than a family of processor chips; it was a concept , ... The paper discusses the original aims of the transputer as a system design ...

www.classiccmp.org/transputer

Transputers are high performance microprocessors developed by Inmos Ltd. ... The circuitry to drive the links is all on the transputer chip and only two wires are ...

xavier.fenard.free.fr/fichiers/010_20130612_Transputer-Architecture_Handout_UM.pdf

Jun 12, 2013 ... impressive capabilities of the Transputer Architecture… “The Inmos Transputer was more than a family of processor chips; it was a concept, ...