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Cray Channels - Vol 9 No 1 - Spring 1987

Cray Research product lines expand to meet user needs
New models of the CRAY X-MP and CRAY-2 computer systems are available to serve the broad needs of users.

ASIC design and supercomputing at Fairchild
Rodolfo Betancourt, Carlos Dangelo, and Daniel Fabre. Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation. Milpitas, California
Larger designs, faster turnaround, and growing revenues are among the rewards of supercomputing at Fairchild.

At Apple a Cray keeps the doldrums away
Kent Koeninger. Apple Computer. Inc.. Cupertino. California
New Apple products are taking shape inside the company's Cray supercomputer.

Experiences with SPICE-GT at Toshiba
Yoshinari Fitkui and Hiroyuki Kinoshita. Toshiba Corporation, Kawasaki, Japan
Toshiba's Cray-optimized circuit simulation package proves the value of fine tuning.

Supercomputer design for supercomputers
Cray systems used at Cray Research ensure their successors' success.

The greening of computational science
Ambitious ideals and government-industry cooperation have helped turn the University of Illinois into a premier scientific computing center.

Computation of fast Fourier transforms Multidimensional transforms come of age
Mickey Edwards. Cray Research, Inc.
New FFT algorithms and supercomputers are turning theoretical mathematics into practical solutions.

Publication Date : April 1987



This exhibit has a reference ID of CH4249. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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