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The [[SGI]] Origin300 was released October 9, 2001 as a mid-range server for technical computing and media applications. An Origin300 compute node consists of a 2U-high system that contains 2 or 4 64-bit [[MIPS]] microprocessors and up to 4GB of local memory.
 
The [[SGI]] Origin300 was released October 9, 2001 as a mid-range server for technical computing and media applications. An Origin300 compute node consists of a 2U-high system that contains 2 or 4 64-bit [[MIPS]] microprocessors and up to 4GB of local memory.
  
A [[Single-System Image]] Origin300 scales to 32 processors and 32GB of shared memory in a single rack using [[NUMA]] technology.
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A [[Single-System Image]] Origin300 consists of up to 8 compute node "bricks" with 32 processors and 32GB of shared memory in a single rack using cache-coherent [[NUMA]] technology.
  
  

Revision as of 17:37, 11 December 2006

The SGI Origin300 was released October 9, 2001 as a mid-range server for technical computing and media applications. An Origin300 compute node consists of a 2U-high system that contains 2 or 4 64-bit MIPS microprocessors and up to 4GB of local memory.

A Single-System Image Origin300 consists of up to 8 compute node "bricks" with 32 processors and 32GB of shared memory in a single rack using cache-coherent NUMA technology.


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