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The Cyber 180-830 (phoenix)

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Times of operation: none yet
Machine Type: CDC Cyber 180/830A-dual processor
Serial number: 113
Year of introduction: 1984
CPU Type: Cyber 180/830A-DP (RISC processor, ECL technology)
Cyber 180 processor type P1
Number of processors: 2
Main memory: 2 MWords -> 16 MBytes
Word length: 60/64 bit (dual-state)
Binary compatibility: up to the CDC 6600 (1964)
Local storage: approx. 2 GB - hardware 885 emulator using IDE disks
2x CDC 679 Tape drives
Network connectivity: 10 MBit Ethernet through
Specified performance: about 0.5 MFlops
Measured peak performance: ?????
Operating system: NOS 2.8.1 L803 (60 bit Cyber 170 mode)
NOS/VE 1.6.1 L780 (1991) dual state
Commercial products installed: Fortran V compiler (FTN5)
Free software installed: none
Donated by: FIDES Information Services

Links related to this machine:
- Transfering files from/to the Cyber 960
- Short form users guide for NOS (includes specific logon-information valid for both NOS and NOS/VE) (written by Cray-Cyber)
- NOS/VE users guide (written by Cray-Cyber)
- Short form command reference to NOS (Cray-Cyber)
- A sample session with the Cyber 960 (by Michael A. Covington) - original location here

On-line documentation may be accessed via the HELP and EXPLAIN commands when logged in, see short form users guide.

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