CNET News: A Renaissance for the Workstation?
Aug 30, 2004, 18:15 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Michael Kanellos)
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"Call it a cluster in a cubicle.
"Santa Clara, Calif.-based Orion Multisystems has come up with a
new type of workstation that can hold several processors clustered
together for greater power. A 96-processor unit with 192GB of
memory measures 27 inches high, small enough to fit under or even
on someone's desk. The company also produces a smaller unit with 12
processors, 24GB of memory and 1.4 terabytes of disk space. This
model is just 2 feet wide and 4 inches high..."