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SGI ships first batch of Altix UV 1000 complete systems

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SGI has shipped the first of its Altix UV 1000 complete systems, with initial customers including Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC), Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ), University of Cambridge, and leading federal integrators.

'As one of the first users of Altix UV, we are excited to continue to work with SGI to explore the many new computational capabilities that are now available to the scientific community with its introduction,' said Michael Levine, scientific director at Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center. 'The Altix UV product line allows for unmatched scalability and performance for demanding, shared memory applications, and greatly expands the range of HPC computing capabilities.'