SGI Indy

The SGI Indy, code-named "Guinness", is a low-end workstation introduced on 12 July 1993. Developed and manufactured by Silicon Graphics Incorporated (SGI), it was the result of their attempt to obtain a share of the low-end computer-aided design (CAD) market, which was dominated at the time by other workstation vendors; and the desktop publishing and multimedia markets, which were mostly dominated at the time by Apple Computer. It was discontinued on 30 June 1997'

Manufacturer     Silicon Graphics Incorporated
Introduced     12 July 1993
Discontinued     30 June 1997
Processor     R4000, R4400, R4600 or R5000
Frequency     100 MHz
Memory         16 or 32 MB
Dimensions     41 cm × 36 cm × 8 cm

Manufacturer: SGI
Date: 12th July 1993

SGI Indy Manuals:

Item Manufacturer Date
Challenge S Technical Report Silicon Graphics July 1994

SGI Indy Articles:

Item Manufacturer Date
Memories - Recollections of a Typewriter Mechanic John Holman 22-08-2012

Magazines RELATED to SGI Indy in our Library

Item Manufacturer Date
Beebug Newsletter - Volume 1, Number 9 - February 1983 Beebug February 1983

Other Systems Related To SGI Indy:

Item Manufacturer Date
SGI Indigo 2 Impact SGI Unknown
SGI Indigo 2 SGI Unknown
SGI O2 SGI 1996
SGI Challenge 10000 SGI 1996
SGI Origin 2000 SGI 1996
SGI Origin 200 SGI 1996
SGI 320 SGI 1st January 2000
SGI Indigo SGI 1st January 2000
SGI Origin 350 SGI April 2003

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH11261. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


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