Interface Data Systems (Anaheim, Calif.)

The Micro186 was one of a few CP/M systems to use the 80186 CPU. Interface Data Systems also produced a line of multiuser systems based on DEC PDP technology.

Interface Data Interface Micro186 (desktop)
Base Configuration: 80186 CPU, Concurrent CP/M-86 3.1, IEEE 696 bus, 256K RAM, 64K ROM, two 5.25- or 8-inch floppy disk drives, two RS-232 and one parallel port Important Options: MS-DOS, CP/M-86, 10- to 368MB hard disk drive, tape backup drive, monochrome monitor

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