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January 25, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Fujitsu Ltd is way out in front among the Japanese supercomputer manufacturers, and is slowly creeping up on Cray Research: it has now sold 61 of its VP line – the VP-400, 200, 100, 50 and 30, which go from 220 MFLOPS to 1.7 GFLOPS – 45 in Japan, 16 in the US and Europe; Hitachi has not yet sold any of its S-820/80 or /60 machines, rated at 2 GFLOPS and 1 GFLOPS respectively, but has sold 16 of the earlier S-810/20, /10 and /5, which are rated at 630 MFLOPS down to 160 MFLOPS – all of them in Japan; and NEC brings up the rear with 11 of its SX machines sold, one in US.

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