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June 30, 1987


By CBR Staff Writer

Cray Research has landed another Japanese order for a scientific supercomputer, albeit only a baby this time: customer is Aichi Industrial University in Nagoya, which has ordered a Cray X-MP/14 for installation next February next year; the contract is worth about $3.7m – about one half to one third the price of Japanese supercomputers – and will be used in the industrial information processing department for structural analysis and other research; the US trade counsellor reckons the sale has built a bridge for more technical exchange between US and Japanese universities, and will encourage Cray and others to target other colleges.

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