Thinking Machines CM-1

Zane H. Healy healyzh at aracnet.com
Wed Aug 30 23:39:14 CDT 2006


At 8:45 PM -0700 8/30/06, Cameron Kaiser wrote:
>  >   Nope.  Made by Thinking Machine Inc out of Boston.  The first model used
>>  a custom 1-bit CPU for each node (of which there were 65,536).
>
>Awesome. Is there any documentation on the instruction set? This sounds like
>something ripe for further study.
>
>A cursory Google search turned up many laudatory references, but no specs.

I'd love to find some documentation on their hardware.  Somewhere I 
should have at least one article on the CM-1, I've always found them 
seriously interesting!

		Zane


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