"I'll admit it: I have a soft spot for SGI. As an undergraduate,
and in graduate school, I had the good fortune to work in the NSF's
Engineering Research Center for Computational Field Simulation at
Mississippi State University under the leadership of Professor Joe
Thompson. A lot of my work at that time was in virtual reality and
scientific visualization, and I had something that most other
students didn't have: my very own SGI Crimson, a VPL headset, a
DataGlove, and a lot of free time.
"At that time SGI was the undisputed graphics king of the known
universe. It wasn't until I started my first full time job in a
supercomputing center that we acquired SGI's first HPC product, the
Power Challenge Array..."
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