Cray supercomputer

05.25.11
Cray XK6 supercomputer smashes petaflop record, humbly calls itself a 'general-purpose' machine
05.25.11

Cray XK6 supercomputer smashes petaflop record, humbly calls itself a 'general-purpose' machine

Sure, IBM's ten petaflop supercomputer may sound impressive, but Cray can do you five better -- t...

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08.31.10
Homebrew Cray-1A emulates the iconic supercomputer, to no useful purpose
08.31.10

Homebrew Cray-1A emulates the iconic supercomputer, to no useful purpose

The Cray-1A first made the scene in 1976, weighing 5.5 tons (including the refrigeration system) an...

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08.02.10
Honey, Daryl Brach shrunk the Cray-1 supercomputer
08.02.10

Honey, Daryl Brach shrunk the Cray-1 supercomputer

The original Cray supercomputer, the Cray-1, is an iconic piece of computing history, so big it had...

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11.17.08
Roadrunner beats Jaguar in TOP500 supercomputer rankings, cartoon antics strangely absent
11.17.08

Roadrunner beats Jaguar in TOP500 supercomputer rankings, cartoon antics strangely absent

While titles like "world's fastest" and "world's largest" are fleeting at best, it's rare that we...

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11.12.08
Cray supercomputer is world's fastest (that we're allowed to know about)
11.12.08

Cray supercomputer is world's fastest (that we're allowed to know about)

Seattle-based Cray has been wowing us with massive, ridiculously fast supercomputers since the '70s...

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