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Nibble Re: Audio Cards for Sun

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udio cards for SPARC systems are available in a wide variety of busses:- VME, SBus, PCI, PMC etc. Most cards are supported on Solaris, but some are only supported on real-time operating systems.

The main problem for buyers of Solaris compatible audio cards is the volatility of suppliers in this product segment. Many companies have introduced products for the Sun market in the hope of making a quick buck, only to withdraw them hastily again when they discovered that the Sun market was smaller than they realised and that Sun was not going to resell their product. Some manufacturers in recent years have entered and exited the Sun market in as little as 6 months. That's not much help to you if you're designing an embedded application and need longevity of supply.
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