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Short Take: Project to develop new computing and video infrastructure

Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science and Digital Equipment are collaborating in a $7.5 million project to create a new, high-performance infrastructure for desktop computing and communication that includes advanced video capabilities. The system will use ATM technology and promises to be 100 to 1000 times more powerful than the school's current system. A Digital Equipment spokesperson said the system would be completed by the year 2000.

Carnegie Mellon's School of Computer Science and Digital Equipment are collaborating in a $7.5 million project to create a new, high-performance infrastructure for desktop computing and communication that includes advanced video capabilities. The system will use ATM technology and promises to be 100 to 1000 times more powerful than the school's current system. A Digital Equipment spokesperson said the system would be completed by the year 2000.