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January 17, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:27pm


By CBR Staff Writer

San Jose, California-based Hyundai Electronics America has an Intel-based eight-way system coming by the end of the month, the beginning of February. It was at the non-working prototype stage back at Comdex. Hyundai itself is keeping quiet, but sources say the technology derives from Meiko Scientific Ltd, a one-time UK concern that moved to the States to work on Sparc-based massively parallel supercomputers. It closed down a Massachusetts unit it had working on the vector processing side of the 250-node system that went to Lawrence Livermore Labs. That unit re-formed independently as Ixia Inc apparently to do the project for Hyundai, and Hyundai absorbed it over time.

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