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LinuxPR: SGI Announces New Additions to SGI VPro Graphics

Dec 13, 2000, 21:11 (0 Talkback[s])

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"New V7 and VR7 Graphics for SGI Workstations Running Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Linux; New Workstation Price Reductions of up to 18% on Selected Configurations."

"SGI today announced immediate availability of two new additions to the SGI VPro* family of graphics solutions*V7 and VR7*for its Intel® processor-based visual workstations running the Microsoft Windows NT, Windows 2000 or Linux operating system. The V7 graphics are the first multidisplay graphics solution for the Silicon Graphics 230 and Silicon Graphics 330 visual workstations, and the VR7 graphics are the midrange graphics solution with advanced features, available on the Silicon Graphics 330 and Silicon Graphics 550 visual workstations. These graphics solutions are the next-generation graphics products spawned from the strategic alliance between SGI and NVIDIA Corporation."

"In keeping with its graphics heritage, SGI delivers its visual workstations with differentiated graphics performance to meet the demanding application needs of technical and creative professionals in the digital content creation, computer-aided design (CAD), government, medical and scientific research markets. Available immediately through the SGI value-added reseller channel, a midrange Silicon Graphics 230 visual workstation with V7 graphics sells for $2,645 (U.S. list). Pricing for the SGI visual workstation family starts as low as $2,235 (U.S. list)."

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