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The SGI Challenge, code named Eveready (deskside models) and Terminator (rackmount models), is a series of multiprocessor server computers developed and manufactured by Silicon Graphics in the early to mid 1990s that succeeded the earlier Power (not to be confused with the IBM POWER) series systems. The Challenge was later succeeded by the NUMAlink-based Origin 200 and Origin 2000 in 1996. The system architecture of the Challenge is based around the POWERpath-2 bus, a 256-bit bus clocked at 47.6 MHz that delivers 1.2 GB/s of sustained bandwidth.
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