Cray X1

"The Cray X1 is the first U.S. computer to offer vector processing and massively parallel processing capabilities in a single architecture."

Announcement / Release
around 2003
Birth Place
Seattle, Washington, United States of America


The Cray X1 is a non-uniform memory access, vector processor supercomputer manufactured and sold by Cray Inc. since 2003. The X1 is often described as the unification of the Cray T90, Cray SV1, and Cray T3E architectures into a single machine. The X1 shares the multistreaming processors, vector caches, and CMOS design of the SV1, the highly scalable distributed memory design of the T3E, and the high memory bandwidth and liquid cooling of the T90.

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