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  2. Silicon Graphics - Wikipedia

    Silicon Graphics, Inc. (stylized as SiliconGraphics before 1999, later rebranded SGI, historically known as Silicon Graphics Computer Systems or SGCS) was an American high-performance computing manufacturer, producing computer hardware and software.

  3. Silicon Graphics: Gone But Not Forgotten | TechSpot

    The legacy of Silicon Graphics can still be seen in the Nintendo 64, which they helped develop, and several Hollywood movies, including Jurassic Park, Twister, Congo, Toy Story, and many others...

  4. Silicon Graphics International - Wikipedia

    Silicon Graphics International Corp. ( SGI; formerly Rackable Systems, Inc.) was an American manufacturer of computer hardware and software, including high-performance computing systems, x86 -based servers for datacenter deployment, and visualization products.

  5. SGI, abbreviation of Silicon Graphics, Inc., former American manufacturer of high-performance computer workstations, supercomputers, and advanced graphics software with headquarters in Mountain View, California.

  6. About. Silicon Graphics provides workstations for conceptual design analysis and simulation of 3D objects. Acquired by. Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Milpitas, California, United States. 1001-5000. Venture - Series Unknown. Delisted.

  7. SGI Indy - Wikipedia

    Silicon Graphics Incorporated (SGI) developed, manufactured, and marketed Indy as the lowest end of its product line, for computer-aided design (CAD), desktop publishing, and markets. It competed with computers, [2] Macintosh, [1] [3] including using their files and running their applications via software emulation. [4]

  8. 4 hours ago. Company profile page for Silicon Graphics International Corp including stock price, company news, press releases, executives, board members, and contact information.

  9. OpenGL | NVIDIA Developer

    Originally developed by Silicon Graphics in the early '90s, OpenGL® has become the most widely-used open graphics standard in the world. NVIDIA supports OpenGL and a complete set of OpenGL extensions, designed to give you maximum performance on our GPUs.

  10. Welcome to IRIX Network, where IRIX lives again. We are the leading IRIX and Silicon Graphics community. Within rests a comprehensive wiki, a busy forum, an easy-to-use and structured marketplace, and a massive library of software for IRIX, new and old.

  11. Silicon Graphic - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    3.1.1 WebStone WebStone [30] was designed by Silicon Graphics in 1996 to measure the performance of Web server software and hardware products. Nowadays, both executable and source actualized code for WebStone are available for free.