From PR Newswire: SGI (NYSE: SGI) today
announced that it will install the company's first production cluster based on
Intel Itanium processors at the Ohio Supercomputer Center. The
146-processor system will provide the Ohio research and education community
with the world's largest system using the new Itanium architecture. Part of
the cluster will be devoted to the National Computational Grid Project.
"SGI is committed to bringing out the best, most powerful Itanium
architecture-based solutions to the high-performance computing marketplace. We
are delighted to continue our relationship with OSC to improve the performance
and functionality of Linux clusters," said Jan Silverman, vice president,
Advanced Systems, SGI.
January 26, 2001