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November 2, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

NEC Corp, which is taking Hewlett-Packard Co’s HP 9000 servers OEM for the Japanese market, and designing future Precision Architecture RISC servers with Hewlett, has also extended its alliance with Convex Computer Corp – soon to be a Hewlett-Packard subsidiary. Under the expanded agreement, Convex will resell NEC’s high-end SX-4 series supercomputers in Europe, and NEC will resell Convex’s Precision RISC-based Exemplar SPP1200 scalable parallel processors in Japan. NEC has marketed Convex’s C-series minisupercomputers since 1991; it has sold 15 SX-4 supercomputers worldwide since the line was launched one year ago.

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