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The March issue of Computer ignores some of the leading developments of industry in the field of fault-tolerance. A company called Tandem manufactures a "non-stop," parallel processing computer system. The only indirect reference to it in the March issue is contained in Al Hopkins' article: "With certain exceptions, vendors do not offer fault-tolerant computers and systems as off-the-shelf items."1

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Computer  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 8 )