With parallel machines built out of multiple microprocessors proliferating in the US – the BBN Computers Butterfly, Teradata DBC1012 and Intel’s Hypercube are just three examples – NEC Corp is getting in on the act: the company has designed a machine that will run up to 100 microprocessors in parallel and plans to start building it shortly; it is thinking in terms of the simulation market, in particular the behaviour of share and bond prices.
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