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Cray courts the big-data market

Joab Jackson | Feb. 10, 2012
Supercomputer company Cray has created a new division that will sell big-data systems, the company has announced. The division will market its offerings to large enterprises, which will be a new kind of client for the company.

YarcData is not Cray's only endeavor to expand its market base. Earlier this month, the company announced that it is expanding its range of products for what it calls the midrange supercomputing market. The company's new line of Cray CX1000-based systems will start at about US$200,000 each and will be marketed toward researchers unable to afford the company's more expensive petascale systems.

 

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