Sun E10000 Historical Enquiry
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Thu Feb 23 02:19:46 CST 2017
On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 08:05:04PM -0700, Robert Ollerton wrote:
> Celerity Computing 6000 (multi processor scalar and vector;; San Diego, CA.
> bought out by Floating Point Systems.
> then bought out by Cray
then SGI bought Cray whic sold the "Superserver" part to SUN. SGI put
their money into the Origin2k and didn't see the need/potential in
Starfire which became the E10k
The rest of Cray became "Cray Research" which was sold to Tera Computer
Company which was renamed Cray Inc.
(SGI was later bought by Rackable which was renamed to SGI)
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