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Triglav was a computer from Slovenia developed in the 1980s and manufactured by Iskra Delta. It had options for three different central processing units (DC J11-AC, Intel 80286 and Motorola 68010) and could therefore run several different operating systems that were popular at the time (such as 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.
The computer is named after the Triglav, the highest Slovenian mountain. With the name meaning "three-headed" it also symbolises the three CPU architectures supported by its design.
- "Iskra Delta Triglav". Kiberpipin računalniški muzej. Retrieved 2 June 2012.
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