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SGI Notches Sales to P&G, University of Tokyo

NEW YORK, February 12 -- Silicon Graphics today announced the sale of servers to Procter & Gamble and the University of Tokyo's Human Genome Center.

Procter & Gamble purchased a 32-processor Origin 300 server, an Onyx 300 system for visualization, and a TP9400 SAN system for use in its pharmaceuticals group, SGI said in a statement.

The Tokyo sale involved an Origin 3900 server supercomputer, the first large-scale implementation of the system, SGI said.

 

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