Monday, October 04, 2004

Cray - back in the news again

from CNET:
Cray has begun selling its XD1 systems, machines using Opteron processors and the Linux operating system that the supercomputer specialist hopes will give it a better foothold in the lower end of the market.

The XD1 models, which are based on technology from Cray's acquisition of start-up OctigaBay this year, cost as little as $50,000 for a single-chassis system with 12 Advanced Micro Devices' Opteron processors, Cray said. Most customers are expected to buy three-chassis systems for about $100,000, though more powerful models will sell for about $2 million.

nice to see Cray in the news again after a long absence.


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