Triglav (computer)


Triglav was a computer from Slovenia developed in the 1980s and manufactured by Iskra Delta. It came to the market in 1985. It had options for three different central processing units (DEC J11, Intel 80286 and Motorola 68010) and could therefore run several different operating systems that were popular at the time (such as μDelta/M - based on Micro/RSX, Xenix, OS-9, MS-DOS and RMX). Also supported was a hard drive with a capacity between 40 and 80 MB, 5.25" floppy drive and a microstreamer tape drive.[1]

Triglav/J11 with μDelta/M was configured as a single or multi-processor system (up to four CPUs) with different multiprocessing options. It was designed by engineers Dušan Zalar (CPU and multiprocessing HW and SW architecture) and Vladimir Pečar (μDelta/M and multiprocessing SW architecture).

The computer is named after Triglav, the highest Slovenian mountain. With the name meaning "three-headed" it also symbolises the three CPU architectures supported by its design. On the foreign markets, Triglav is named Trident. Trident, the three-pronged spear, similarly symbolizes the three CPUs.

External links


  1. ^ "Iskra Delta Triglav". Kiberpipin računalniški muzej. Retrieved 2 June 2012.

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