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The full version of the card was reportedly available for A series, A series, A and A machines. Somewhat distinct from general graphics enhancements, various products were also introduced to support the broadcasting industry and other professional imaging applications. Nevertheless, a licensing agreement had been reached with Acorn to “enable Risc OS graphics functions to be fully emulated”.

The Archimedes was capable of producing eight-channel, 8-bit, stereo sound, with the video controller chip being responsible for sound generation, it having direct memory access capabilities to independently stream audio data to the output circuitry. The Archimedes did not provide hardware support for floating-point arithmetic as standard, but the system was designed so that one might be added, with a floating-point co-processor instruction set architecture having been defined by Acorn for programs to use.

Accompanying this, a software module providing an emulation of such a co-processor, handling these additional instructions in software written using conventional ARM instructions. The co-processor was described as a “cut-down” ARM with only eight registers available instead of sixteen, offering instructions to transfer values to and from memory supporting single, double, extended double and packed binary-coded decimal representations [] , to transfer values between the main CPU and co-processor, to transfer status information from the co-processor, to perform unary and binary operations on values, and to perform comparisons.

In the first generation of Archimedes and series machines, only the series had the appropriate expansion capability to add a floating-point unit FPU or co-processor, although the emulator was supported on all models. The Archimedes models based on the ARM3 processor supported a completely new “arithmetic co-processor” or “floating-point accelerator” known as the FPA. Reception from major software producers such as Computer Concepts and Colton Software was cautious, with the former’s products not making any use of floating-point instructions and thus not standing to benefit, and with the latter’s using such instructions but indicating skepticism about any significant benefits in performance.

Observations from testing the FPA10 confirmed that applications such as Resultz and PipeDream 4—both Colton Software products—and other spreadsheets, whilst ostensibly standing to benefit as number processing applications, exhibited “no noticeable speed improvements”, this being attributed to these applications’ avoidance of unnecessary calculation and the more significant overhead of servicing a graphical user interface. Other programs such as Draw and ArtWorks—a Computer Concepts product—used their own arithmetic routines instead of the floating-point emulator FPE and, as anticipated, were therefore unable to take advantage of the accelerated floating-point instructions.

However, various free of charge or low-cost programs ported from other systems, such as POV-Ray , plus selected native applications such as Clares’ Illusionist and Oak Solutions’ WorraCAD, did exhibit substantial performance gains from the FPA with speed-ups of between five and ten times. The Basic64 interpreter bundled with RISC OS which was “much slower than Basic V normally”, with the former using the FPE and the latter providing its own floating-point arithmetic routines, ended up “slightly faster” due to observed speed-ups of around four to around eleven times, with non-trigonometric operations benefiting the most.

Programs compiled by Intelligent Interfaces’ Fortran compiler were reported as running “some routines up to 20 times faster with the FPA10”. The product was perceived as “good value” but having restricted usefulness with the general lack of support in many applications, these employing their own routines and techniques to attempt to provide performant arithmetic on the base hardware platform, and a lack of incentive amongst software producers to offer support without a large enough market of users having the FPA fitted.

With the FPA10 having finally become available but only rated to run at 25 MHz, and with ARM3 upgrades being delivered at frequencies as high as 35 MHz, [] a higher-rated part, the FPA11, supporting 33 MHz operation was developed [] and apparently delivered in products such as a processor card upgrade for the A The ARM3 incorporated a 4 KB on-chip combined instruction and data cache, loosening such external constraints and thus permitting the processor to be run productively at the elevated 20 MHz frequency.

One hundred percent compatibility with the ARM2 was claimed, and a facility was provided to disable the on-chip cache and to slow the clock to 8 Mhz in order to handle software that ran too fast with the ARM3 running at full speed, but as originally provided, the ARM3 was not compatible with the existing hardware floating point co-processor solution due to the introduction of a different co-processor interface in the device, this interface eventually being used by the FPA device.

Since the ARM2 was soldered directly to the motherboard in the A using surface mounting techniques, the upgrade had to be performed by a fitting service, and prices included courier collection, fitting, testing and return within five working days. With the A having been launched with a 25 MHz ARM3 fitted, these A upgrade boards carried a processor running at this higher frequency relative to earlier upgrades.

Other vendors produced ARM3 upgrades. In late , Simtec Electronics announced a board with an additional socket for the FPA device, thus allowing older machines to join the A and A in potentially taking advantage of it. In contrast, Aleph One stated that the FPA would “not be available for a long time yet”, indicating the pursuit of “a better solution based on the newer Arm chip plus an FPA”. Other vendors had apparently ruled out similar ARMbased products on the basis of cost.

The company also released a “turbo RAM” upgrade for ARMbased machines to provide similar performance benefits to an ARM3 upgrade, replacing the RAM with a faster type that then permitted the processor to be run at a higher frequency, thus pursuing the alternative approach to enhancing system performance increasing both the processor and memory speed to that pursued by ARM3 upgrades introducing a faster processor with a cache.

A “super turbo” version of the board with 20 MHz crystal and 45 ns dynamic RAM devices was reviewed and apparently available subject to component availability, reportedly achieving Aleph One, having founded the ARM3 upgrade industry, found that increased competition from “six or eight companies making Arm3 upgrades” drove down prices to the point that “margins fell, and the bottom fell out of the Arm3 market”.

However, revenues from ARM3 upgrades allowed Aleph One to pursue the development of IBM PC-compatible podule expansions and eventually the PC processor card for the Risc PC, these having “a higher intellectual content than Arm3 upgrades” and being more difficult for potential competitors to make. ARM3 upgrades were produced for several years, but with the ARM3 part being “officially discontinued” by its manufacturer VLSI in , upgrade vendors such as IFEL were predicting scarcity and unable to guarantee further supplies of such products.

Demand for such upgrades, even in , was reported as “steady” with schools still upgrading “batches of old A and A machines”. Integration of the PC system involved the Archimedes providing display, keyboard and disk support. In the initial version, the supplied PC application would put the Archimedes into dedicated display mode and thus take over the display, but subsequent versions promised operation of the PC in a window, much like the updated PC Emulator from the era.

Separate serial and parallel ports were fitted on the expansion board due to limitations with the ports on existing Archimedes machines, but integration with those ports was also planned for subsequent versions of the product. The stated performance of this new card was approximately twice that of the based card but only “40 percent of the performance of a standard 33 MHz DX PC clone”. However, upgraded Windows drivers reportedly allowed even the based card to exceed the graphical performance of such a based clone, effectively employing the host Archimedes as a kind of “Windows accelerator”.

In , Aleph One collaborated with Acorn to produce Acorn-branded versions of the PC cards for use with the A and A which used a distinct “mini-podule expansion system”. Acorn also offered bundles of the A with a hard drive and each of the cards. Such remarks were clarified by Acorn’s technical director, indicating that an Intel “second processor” was merely an option in an architecture supporting multiple processors.

Redesigned PC cards were released in , introducing the option of a faster 50 MHz SLC2 processor for a reported doubling of the performance over the fastest existing cards.

The supplied software was also upgraded to support Windows in a resolution of x at up to 16 colours, and optional network driver support was available to use the card as a Novell NetWare client and for Windows for Workgroups 3.

Pricing remained similar to earlier models. The Windows User benchmarks rated the performance as similar to a fast SX-based system or a “standard” DX-based system, with the faster processor yielding a more favourable rating, but with the hard drive and graphics tests bringing the overall rating down.

Use of a hard drive fitted directly to the card, using its own dedicated IDE interface, was reported as providing up to ten times the level of hard drive performance relative to using the system’s own drive, but use of the SmartDrive caching software made any resulting performance difference marginal. A range of podules providing access to parallel processing capabilities using Inmos Transputer processors were announced by Gnome Computing in late Digital signal processing capabilities were provided by the Burden Neuroscience DSP Card, originally developed by the Burden Neurological Institute as in-house hardware for use in conjunction with Archimedes systems but marketed by The Serial Port.

This card was fitted as a single-width podule but, unusually, needed manual configuration instead of identifying itself to the host computer.

The podule itself offered a 32 MHz Motorola digital signal processor together with KB of RAM, two bit analogue-to-digital converters, two bit digital-to-analogue converters, and serial communications capabilities. A pin connector provided the means to interface the board to other hardware. An assembler was provided, although this reportedly required Acorn’s Desktop Development Environment to function, and software was also provided to interact with the board, view memory and register contents, and to visualise memory ranges in real time.

An application was also provided to play audio tracks on CD Audio and mixed-format discs through the drive’s headphone socket. The drive itself used a caddy to hold the discs inserted into the drive. As a significant technology in the delivery of multimedia content, the focus had shifted from merely using CD-ROM as a cheap storage medium for large amounts of graphics and text to aspirations of providing “high-quality, full-screen graphics coupled with hi-fi stereo sound” on CD media, with the principal challenge identified as being able to deliver compressed video that either a computer or a drive could decompress without compromising video quality or introducing incompatibilities between different manufacturers’ products.

Acorn’s video solution for its own computers was the Replay system, introducing compression formats and associated software for playback and authoring.

However, laserdisc technology, which had been used several years earlier by Acorn for interactive video applications, notably in the BBC Domesday Project , was still seen as being a “promising rival” to CD-based video formats, having finally “become successful in multimedia training” and by then “being aimed at well-heeled home video enthusiasts”. Reservations about the read-only nature of CD-ROM discs was also seen as a “wounding flaw”, leaving users to consider alternatives for convenient bulk storage, with magneto-optical drives emerging at this time.

Nevertheless, CD-ROM adoption was seen as inevitable, particularly given the format’s benefits for holding large amounts of text and making the searching of such text convenient, and with government initiatives having helped to make an estimated titles available for both MS-DOS and RISC OS.

The dual-function nature of the media and the ability to use drives to play audio also made such products generally attractive purchases, particularly for home users and with Photo CD also regarded as an attraction, although the introduction of Philips’ CD-i and Commodore’s CDTV risked a level of confusion in this market as well as presenting another challenge in terms of compatibility for Acorn’s own products and technologies. Acorn would go on to announce Photo CD support in its products in early , [] with operating system and application enhancements being delivered by the end of that year.

Although the video and memory capabilities of the Archimedes machines were generally unable to take advantage of the higher colour depths or the largest sizes of the scanned images on Photo CD media, the introduction of future hardware from Acorn, featuring the next generation of video controller from ARM and supporting bit colour displays, was anticipated.

With the imminent arrival of RISC OS for the Archimedes, later coverage around the start of praised the desktop and supplied applications, noting that “RISC OS is everything the Archimedes’ original Desktop should have been but wasn’t”, and looked forward to future applications from Acorn and third parties, only lamenting that it was “a shame that this impressive environment was not in place at the Archimedes’ launch, but it’s still not too late for it to turn some heads”.

Although an 8 MHz has a performance rating of around 1. Performance improvements would be delivered over time for the Archimedes and its competitors. Acorn’s low-end A, fitted with an ARM processor, was capable of delivering Dhrystone scores from 3. With development of ARM technologies having been transferred to ARM Limited as a separate company, the performance advantages of Acorn’s ARM-based computers, maintained by the transition from the ARM2 to ARM3, eroded somewhat in the early s relative to competitors using processors from established vendors such as Intel and Motorola, as new ARM processors belatedly arrived offering more modest performance gains over their predecessors.

With ARM Limited focusing on embedded applications, it was noted that “the large performance lead Arm2 and Arm3 once enjoyed” over contemporary Intel processors was over, at least for the time being. The floating-point arithmetic performance of the Archimedes was rather less impressive. Despite the benefit to Acorn of expanding its customer base, dissatisfaction was expressed by dealers and software companies about the effects of the scheme, with anecdotes emerging of a reluctance to buy equipment that could be obtained for free, thus harming dealer revenues, although Acorn’s education marketing manager argued that the scheme’s effect was generally positive and actually produced sales opportunities for dealers.

Noting that the scheme was “not purely philanthropic”, concern was expressed about the effect on the Acorn market and that schools were needing to “resort to charities and publicity stunts to get the basic tools to do the job”. With Tesco having expanded its presence in Scotland through acquisitions, [] the Tesco scheme was extended to Scotland for the first time in Alongside updates to the featured product selection, the possibility was introduced of saving unredeemed vouchers for redemption in the campaign.

By the mid to late s, the UK educational market began to turn away from Acorn’s products towards IBM PC compatibles, with Acorn and Apple establishing a joint venture, Xemplar, to market these companies’ products in the education sector as part of a strategy to uphold their market share.

Through Xemplar’s involvement in the Computers for Schools scheme, Apple products were featured for the first time in the campaign. Acorn conducted other promotional initiatives towards the education sector.

The Acorn Advantage programme, launched in September , offered a loyalty scheme whereby points were accrued through purchases and redeemed for “curriculum resources” that included non-computing items such as musical and scientific instruments as well as computer hardware.

Several commercial partners were involved in the scheme such as Fina , which awarded vouchers with petrol purchases that could be exchanged for points, and the Midland Bank which would donate points to schools joining its Midbank school-based banking system. An Acorn-branded Visa credit card would also generate Advantage points for nominated schools.

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