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The '''SGI Prism''' is a series of [[Visualization (computer graphics)|visualization]] systems developed and manufactured by [[Silicon Graphics|SGI]]. Released in April 2005 [http://www.sgi.com/company_info/newsroom/press_releases/2005/april/prism_deskside.html], the Prism's basic system architecture is based on the [[Altix|Altix 3000]] servers, but with the notable inclusion of graphics hardware.
  
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Three models of the SGI Prism exist: the Power, Team and Extreme levels. The Power level supports two to eight [[Itanium 2]] processors, up to 96 GB of memory and two to four graphics pipes. The Team level supports 8 to 16 Itanium 2 processors, up to 192 GB of memory and four to eight graphics pipes. The Extreme level supports 16 to 256 Itanium 2 processors, up to 3 TB of memory and 4 to 16 graphics pipes.
  
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The graphics pipes used in the Prism are ATI FireGL cards based on either the R350 or R420 GPUs.
  
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==External links==
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*[http://www.sgi.com/products/remarketed/prism/index.html SGI - Official Prism website]
  
  
 
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Revision as of 22:24, 16 November 2010

The SGI Prism is a series of visualization systems developed and manufactured by SGI. Released in April 2005 [1], the Prism's basic system architecture is based on the Altix 3000 servers, but with the notable inclusion of graphics hardware.

Three models of the SGI Prism exist: the Power, Team and Extreme levels. The Power level supports two to eight Itanium 2 processors, up to 96 GB of memory and two to four graphics pipes. The Team level supports 8 to 16 Itanium 2 processors, up to 192 GB of memory and four to eight graphics pipes. The Extreme level supports 16 to 256 Itanium 2 processors, up to 3 TB of memory and 4 to 16 graphics pipes.

The graphics pipes used in the Prism are ATI FireGL cards based on either the R350 or R420 GPUs.

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