SGI Adds x86 Servers to Low-End Offerings

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Silicon Graphics Inc. last week added low-cost options, including an x86-based server, to its product line, as it continues its effort to return to profitability after its bankruptcy filing in May. The company also brought out new midrange and high-end systems.
SGI moved to extend its low-end offerings because it faces competition from makers of high-performance systems that are building clusters of lower-cost x86 systems. At the same time, SGI will continue broad use of Itanium processors in its midrange and high-end systems.
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