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Scalable Processor Architecture, better knwon as SPARC, is a reduced instruction set computing architecture (RISC) technology for microprocessors developed by Sun Microsystems, which introduced it in 1987. It is generally identified with the Solaris OS. The SPARC architecture is designed to optimize both 32-bit and 64-bit implementations.