Silicon Graphics releases Tezro and Onyx4 UltimateVision graphics workstations
Silicon Graphics (SGI) announced new desktop graphics workstations, Silicon Graphics Tezro and 4-way Silicon Graphics Onyx4 UltimateVision.
Silicon Graphics Tezro will be shipped as a desktop and rackmount. It bases on architecture similar to SGI Origin 3000. The novelty features 64-bit MIPS CPU, Vpro V12 graphics (12-biy per color, 48-bit RGBA space), 64-bit IRIX 6.5. The desktop model ($3100) features 600MHz MIPS R16000 (4Mb L2 cache), 512Mb RAM, Vpro V12 graphics, 18Gb HDD, keyboard and IRIX OS. The system is mainly designed for structural molecular analysis, high-quality visualizations and auto/aero simulations.
Silicon Graphics Onyx4 UltimateVision is a new-generation graphics workstation. Unlike the preceding up to 8-way InfiniteReality4, Onyx4 UltimateVision supports up to 32 CPUs, with 64-way systems expected later in 2003.
Onyx4 UltimateVision basic configuration ($78000) includes dual graphics subsystems, dual 600MHz CPUs with 4Mb L2 cache, 1Gb RAM, 18Gb HDD, LCD monitor, keyboard, mouse, IRIX OS and rackmount kit.
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