[rescue] canonical list of sparc clones

Mark Brown sunrescue at marknmel.com
Mon Jun 11 17:19:12 CDT 2007

Here in Canada, Sidus (a rather largish OEM factory that did work for 
IBM- now defunct), had a line of Sparc clones.  From what I know, they 
were just Axil Clones.  I wound up with a Sidus/Axil-245 at one point.

They are listed in this PDF....



Paul E Coad wrote:
> I have spent the last 5 minutes making up a list of SPARC "clone"
> manufacturers.  My criteria for the list that the company should have
> commercially (for profit, not at a university or on gubment contract)
> produced a computer which used 1 or more SPARC processor(s) and ran
> something like Unix.
> Here is my current list:
> Aries Research Inc
> Axil 
> Cycle C 
> DTKstation
> Force Computer
> Fujitsu 
> Goldstar 
> Hamilton
> Integrix
> Opus 
> Ross
> Solbourne 
> Tatung 
> Tadpole
> Toshiba 
> Transtec 
> Twinhead 
> TWS 
> Source: NetBSD port list, vague memory, and google.
> Which ones are missing?  I do have a SPARC product directory but it
> has been missing since the move.  
> Thanks,
> --paul
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