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Ultra Port Architecture

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Ultra Port Architecture

UPA bus on an Ultra 1 Creator

The Ultra Port Architecture (UPA) bus was developed by Sun Microsystems as a high-speed graphics card to CPU interconnect, beginning with the Ultra 1 workstation in 1995.

See also

External links

  • UPA Bus Whitepaper
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