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If there was a reason that Cray CEO Peter Ungaro, who formerly ran IBM's high performance computing biz, was a little extra perky when the company announced its third quarter financials two weeks ago, it was not just because the SC11 supercomputing trade show was coming to Cray's hometown of Seattle this week. Or that Advanced …

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Anonymous Coward

Why....

does a shopping centre need a $188m super-computer?

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Anonymous Coward

More supers

http://www.fujitsu.com/global/news/pr/archives/month/2011/20111114-01.html

Seems a glut of super-news recently.

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Happy

SPARC

I am glad that SPARC did deliver, at least.

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Anonymous Coward

What did the scouter say

about the number of wires it takes to link it all together?

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Anonymous Coward

Storage Interconnect

The storage interconnect will be gemini based like the rest of the machine and storage will be on the new Sonexion 1600 based storage

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