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September 29, 1998


By CBR Staff Writer

Silicon Graphics Inc has beefed up its R&D center in Singapore and is considering setting up a manufacturing plant on the island. SGI CEO Rick Belluzo mooted the possibility of a new Singaporean facility while on a visit to deliver the keynote at the High Performance Computing Asia seminar. The South China Morning Post reports that the SGI CEO also met with the Singapore government to discuss SGI’s role in the SingaporeONE supercomputing and distributed learning projects, Belluzo said that he was keen to collaborate further on government projects. SGI had no comment by press time on how the Singapore manufacturing plant would impact on their existing plants in the US and Switzerland.

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