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  3. Cray - Wikipedia

    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.

  4. CRAY is an informal word for crazy, often used in Australia and New Zealand. It is a shortening of the word crayfish, which is a type of crustacean. Learn the origin, usage, and examples of CRAY in sentences.

  5. TECH STORY: Cray Research achieved the Cray-1’s record-breaking 160 megaflops performance through its small size and cylindrical shape, 1 million-word semiconductor memory, 64-bit word size, optimized Fortran compiler, and a technique called “chaining.”

  6. HPE’s industry-leading high-performance compute, intelligent data platforms, and high-speed networking fabric allow you to deploy deep learning and machine learning at any scale. Learn more about HPE Deep Learning & Machine Learning Solutions.

  7. HPE Cray Exascale Supercomputers | HPE

    Competitive advantage in the exascale era relies on the power of data unlocked by supercomputing-powered modeling and simulation and AI. HPE Cray XD and EX supercomputers are designed to deliver exascale technologies to unlock the next frontier of discovery, innovation and achievement.

  8. Cray Inc. | LinkedIn

    About us. Cray Inc., acquired by Hewlett Packard Enterprise company in 2019. We are inspired by the curiosity of visionaries who keep asking questions that challenge the limits of possibility.

  9. HPE Cray supercomputers | HPE Store US

    HPE Cray supercomputers are high-performance computing systems that enable you to tackle infrastructure challenges with fusion of modeling, simulation, analytics, AI, and IoT. They support multiple processor architectures and accelerator options, deliver exascale performance, data-centric workflows, and reliable performance. Learn more about their features, benefits, and applications.