InfoWorld Names SGI’s Dr. Eng Lim Goh One of World’s 25 Most Influential CTOs

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After searching for visionary technologists who “scan the horizon for promising new
technologies and find singularly effective ways to implement them,” InfoWorld Media Group has named Dr. Eng Lim Goh, chief technology officer of Silicon Graphics (NYSE: SGI), as one of its 2005 CTO 25 Awards recipients.
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Petroleum engineering sector in UAE gets massive productivity boost from SGI Altix 350 series architecture

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Abu Dhabi-based Zakum Development Company (ZADCO), one of the leading operating companies in the UAE

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Avalanche of Industry-Leading Software Now Available on Silicon Graphics Prism

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Since its release, the Silicon Graphics Prism(TM) visualization system has been eagerly adopted by leaders in technical and scientific visualization, and is rapidly
becoming the gold standard of 64-bit Linux(R) visualization environments. Widespread acceptance by the manufacturing, sciences, energy, and government and defense industries has set the stage for existing SGI application developer-partners and a broad range of applications brand new to SGI to optimize their industry-leading software for the open-systems, large memory, scalable Silicon Graphics Prism visualization system.
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New Deskside Silicon Graphics Prism System Offers Double the Memory of IBM and HP Systems

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Answering mounting demand for more visualization capability in the hands of Linux(R) system users struggling with big data problems, Silicon Graphics (NYSE: SGI) today extended its acclaimed family of Silicon Graphics Prism(TM)
visualization systems with a new deskside model. Featuring a starting price under $8,500, the Silicon Graphics Prism deskside system packs up to 24GB of memory and two full bandwidth graphics pipelines.
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SGI to release Itanium workstation

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Shortly after rival Hewlett-Packard withdrew from the market, Silicon Graphics has begun selling a new workstation with Intel’s Itanium processor.
SGI’s new system, which costs between $8,500 and $39,000, accommodates one or two Itanium 2 processors and as much as 24GB of memory, the company is expected to announce Tuesday. It’s based on the same technology, including the Linux operating system and ATI graphics hardware, as the company’s higher-end Prism products introduced last October.
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