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February 18, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Concurrent Computer Corp, the Tinton Falls, New Jersey minimaking affiliate of Perkin-Elmer Corp has now completed evaluation of the supercomputer technology developed at Princeton University and has decided to go ahead with building the machine. Under last September’s agreement (CI No 758), Concurrent will incorporate technology developed for the Navier-Stokes Computer on behalf of the US National Aeronautics & Space Administration by Daniel Nosenchuck and Michael Littman of Princeton’s department of mechanical and aerospace engineering. The machine was conceived as a system offering sufficient, affordable computational power to model the effects of airflow on aircraft in flight – something that today’s supercomputers cannot do cost effectively, according to Concurrent. The company’s target is a working machine by September 1989.

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