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Cray signs $250M deal to develop supercomputer

Chippewa Falls, Wis. - Cray Inc., the Seattle-based supercomputer maker with a primary engineering and development center here, has been awarded a $250 million agreement from the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop what the company calls a revolutionary new supercomputer.

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Full article >>> nitely will be looking for key individuals in R&D, said Peter Ungaro, Cray's president and CEO. We will be staffing up at Cray and we will be leveraging our partners.

Company spokesman Steve Conway said it's too early to evaluate the agreement's impact on the company's Chippewa Falls location. Its just too soon to say, Conway said. Clearly, Cray will have to look for more people, but we r......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN Media 11/22/06


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