Put it at rest, pls.
"Cray thinks there is a market for baby supercomputers that bridge the gap between fast two-socket workstations with peppy graphics cards and the rack-based parallel supercomputer clusters that run large-scale simulations."
There probably was a market, back in 1995 when SGI stunned world + dog and bought Cray Research. "How a company with ties only could make anything of Cray, a real engineers company ?", everyone asked.
The answer was unfortunately trivial: fuckall.
2 years after, already, all Cray customers had fled to japanese vendors, despite inferior design, following a complete kick-out of former Cray employees, replaced by nice boyes, barely having a clue about numeric algorithms.
Now, can at last SGI or whoever owns them now put the brand at rest ? The market is closed now, big agencies build their own compute clusters or buy a solution specially built for them.
As for the rest, they all go compute farms based on whatever best bang for the buck X86 solution they can get.
AC, who used to work in this area for a big company.