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Short Take: Exponential introduces its PowerPC

Exponential will officially introduce its PowerPC architecture processor running at a ground-breaking speed of 533-MHz for the Macintosh platform on Monday. The X704 processor has strong backing from Apple, which is expected to use it in future very-high-performance Macintosh computers. "The Exponential x704 has the potential to redefine PC multimedia computing and bring a major competitive advantage to the PowerPC platform," said Satjiv Chahil, senior vice-president of marketing at Apple in a written statement. Sample versions of the processor will ship in the first quarter of 1997 and production versions in the second quarter.

Exponential will officially introduce its PowerPC architecture processor running at a ground-breaking speed of 533-MHz for the Macintosh platform on Monday. The X704 processor has strong backing from Apple, which is expected to use it in future very-high-performance Macintosh computers. "The Exponential x704 has the potential to redefine PC multimedia computing and bring a major competitive advantage to the PowerPC platform," said Satjiv Chahil, senior vice-president of marketing at Apple in a written statement. Sample versions of the processor will ship in the first quarter of 1997 and production versions in the second quarter.