Before Commodore bought up the original Amiga, Inc, they were developing the CBM-900 line for businesses to use. There were two machines. The Hi-Profile, and the Lo-Profile. The High-profile was meant to be more like a server, while the low-profile was more like a client. Both used a Z8000 CPU and ran Coherant Unix. As with some of Commodore's other lines, the 900 line had several names including the 464 and Z-series. The version of Coherant provided with the 900 didn't have a TCP/IP stack.
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Canonical List of Commodore Hardware
|List of Commodore micromputers|
|6502-based 8-Bit||Kim-1 - Vic-20 - PET - CBM-II - C64 -|
|68000-based 16\32-bit||Amiga 1000 - Amiga 500 - Amiga 2000 (Amiga 2500) - Amiga 1500 - CDTV - CD32 - Amiga 3000 - (Amiga 3000UX - Amiga 3000T) - Amiga 500+ - Amiga 600 - Amiga 1200 - Amiga 4000 - 4000T|
|Other||Commodore 900 - PC Compatible systems|