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Definition: 88000

A family of 32-bit RISC microprocessors from Motorola. The 88100 was the first processor in the 88000 family. Introduced in 1988, it incorporates four built-in execution units that allow up to five operations to be performed in parallel. Although the 88000 processors are very sophisticated chips, they never took off in the marketplace. See 88Open.