HP Domain Apollo Series
[Amiga] [Apollo] [Atari] [Mac II] [Mac Entry Level] [Mac Quadra] [Mac AV] [NeXT Architecture] [Radius Rocket] [Sun 3 Series]
It seems that there are so many of these mutant machines. At the time these computers were advertised as your "Personal Supercomputer". These computers definately had a following and it is still used by many today. They can run the Domain OS (BSD UNIX). I do not know if they are able to run HPUX. It is unknown as to whether these machines can run OpenBSD or NetBSD or to whether in the future there is interest to port Linux/m68k to this platform.
DSP80 8MHz 010 PEB (optional) DSP80A 8MHz 010 PEB (optional) DSP90 12MHz 020 special DSP160 custum IEEE DN100 Dual 8MHz 68k DN300 8MHz 010 DN320 8MHz 010 PEB DN330 12MHz 020 special DN400 Dual 8MHz 68k DN420 Dual 8MHz 68k DN460 custom IEEE DN550 10MHz 010 DN560 12MHz 020 68882 DN570 16MHz 020 DN580 16MHz 020 DN590 20MHz 020 68881 DN600 Dual 8MHz 68k DN660 custom IEEE DN660A custom IEEE DN2500 20MHz 030 68882 Built-in DN3000 12MHz 020 68881 DMMU DN3010 12MHz 020 68881 68851 DN3010A 12MHz 020 68881 68851 DN3040 12MHz 020 68881 68851 DN3500 25MHz 030 68882 Built-in DN3550 25MHz 030 68882 Built-in DN4000 25MHz 020 68881 68851 DN4500 33MHz 020 68882 Built-in DN5500 50MHz 040 Built-in Built-in DN10000 4 18MHz PRISM
These pages were created to illustrate the basic machine information of the Apollo Family as a service to the Apollo and Linux/m68k enthusiasts. I would deeply appreciate any suggestions people may have regarding additional information they would like to have added. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.