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February 25, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

What can Steve Chen be planning to do at his new SuperComputers International Inc that will be affordable with limited funding where his SS-1 machine at failed Supercomputer Systems Inc was not? The man plays his cards so close to his chest that one can only guess, but the most likely plan is to take the basic vector and scalar processor architecture developed at the previous company and implement it in a much more conservative, lower power technology, and use it as the building block for a massively parallel machine where the SS-1 was to have been a moderately parallel configuration of up to 64 high-power CPUs.

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