Seymour Cray loved the art of designing computers. He loved the challenge of coaxing more and more speed out of circuits and wires. And he loved the allure of doing it all with simplicity and grace. Mr. Cray formed Cray Research in 1972 to ask new questions. To realize his vision of the world’s fastest computing systems.
Cray Inc., a subsidiary of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, is an American supercomputer manufacturer headquartered in Seattle, Washington.  It also manufactures systems for data storage and analytics.  Several Cray supercomputer systems are listed in the TOP500, which ranks the most powerful supercomputers in the world.
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The Cray-1 Supercomputer. Featuring a central column surrounded by a padded, circular seat, the Cray-1 looked like no other computer. And performed like no other computer. It reigned as the world’s fastest from 1976 to 1982. Its distinctive design reflected Seymour Cray’s innovative engineering solutions and theatrical flair.