Continuing the discussion from Geneve 9640 - the "other" TMS9900 based micro:
Nice links! There’s a comprehensive site all about the ns32k which includes a page on CompuPro’s offering:
It does at least seem that S100 can offer 16 bit wide memory.
The ns32k was a very CISCy CISC, which took very many iterations to get right, a lesson which Acorn took on when designing the ARM.