SGI Introduces First Linux-Based High-Performance Visual Computing System

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Leveraging its position as the world’s leading innovator in high-performance visual computing, SGI (NYSE: SGI) today announced the Silicon Graphics Prism(TM), the world’s most powerful and flexible Linux(R) OS-based visual computer product line. For the first time, SGI has taken its most advanced computer graphics capability, previously affordable to only a select few, and made it available on a truly open and accessible platform. By combining standards-based Intel(R) Itanium(R) 2 processors, the Linux operating environment, and its world renowned advanced graphics technology, SGI has created a system that is uniquely suited to addressing the world’s most demanding visual computing problems — all at price points that make it accessible to a wider group of users.
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