This page will have details of the high performance machines that bore the Cray Name after the year 2000.
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FSC = First Customer Ship date
|Cray Origin 2000||Cray_Origin_2000 Sales The Cray Origin 2000 range was a product of Silicon Graphics.|
|Cray SX5/6|| Cray_SX5 Sales The Cray SX5 and SX6 were a product of NEC corporation that was resold by Cray.|
NEC and Cray_Press Release 2001:2:28-01
|Terra MTA||The Tera MTA-1 and MTA-2 were projects designed and created by Tera computers. When the Cray division of SGI was bought by Tera and renamed Cray Corporation. The Cray-XMT was developed from the Terra MTA series.|
FCS: SNL 2004
FCS: Pacific Northwest National Lab 2006
These systems were a development of the Multitreaded processor architecture started with the MTA-1 and MTA-2.
|Cray CX1 and CX1000|
|Cray XK6 and Cray XE6||FCS: Swiss National Lab 2011|
Detailed description of migration from Hector XE6 to Archer XC30 for UK academic service xe6-xc30-overview
This product was a development of the Cray-MTA range that specialised in graph processing.
AC and LC versions of the Cray Supercluster. Product derived from Cray Acquisition of Appro.
|Cray CS-Storm||Article : Cray CS Storm HLRS High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart – Cray CS-Storm|
|Cray Shasta||Cray Shasta|
Cray Sonexion Storage device as used on Trinity and Blue Waters.
|HPE Cray EX|
FCS: Argonne National Lab 2018