Mitsubishi Electric announced the RX7000 series in July 1994. This series of office computers maintained compatibility with the mission-critical application assets of the MELCOM80 series while offering seamless connectivity with open systems.
The office computers of the RX7000 series were hybrids: a business processor ran the DP-UX office computer operating system, an RDB processor called RXGREO which was an enhanced model of GREO and an open processor ran NetWare (later Windows NT Server). This architecture allowed the integration of a mission-critical system, an information retrieval and analysis system, and an office-automation server into one unit and seamlessly connect among these systems. The RX7000 series supported RAID 5 and multivendor PC connections as well as HYPERPRODUCE, a client-server application development environment.
|Disk type||Mirroring||Disk array|
|No. of relational database processors||1||2||1||2||1||2||1||2|
|Backup unit (CT)||Standard|