Information Research Services Updated: 19 August 1997
        Twice as fast as its predecessor, the KI10, and four times faster than the earlier KA10, the KL10 processor featured 386 microprogrammed instructions, emitter coupled logic (a state-of-the-art technology) and a 125 nanosecond access time cache or buffer memory. One of the more significant features of the KL10 was the Console Diagnostic Computer, which used a PDP-11/40 to perform those functions.