I will be more than glad to assist you with your concern.
Before I can continue, could you please provide me the document or link where you are seeing this information?
And if it is possibles screenshots where you can see this concept?
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I can find it there, but on another site, it seems MCS stands for Micro-Computer Set.
Could you give me an official answer to what MCS means?
In regard to your concern, on the first link, you have provided (http://intel-vintage.info/intelmcs.htm http://intelvintage.info/intelmcs.htm) MCS stands for Intel Microprocessor System.
On the second link (https://en.wikichip.org/wiki/intel/mcs-4 https://en.wikichip.org/wiki/intel/mcs-4), MCS stand for Micro-Computer Set.
Both terms, are synonyms if there are referred to chips, as per the articles that you have sent.
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