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Former SGI/Cray Team Develops Products for G5 Platform

Eau Claire, Wis. - Based on initial response, it looks as if Small Tree Communications might be a bit of a misnomer for the latest group of former Cray and SGI employees to brave the market and launch a new technology company.

The Inver Grove Heights, Minn.-based business, with ties to legacy Chippewa Valley computer ......

Full article >>> ne logical port, which gives administrators more bandwidth, better availability and more efficient utilization of all the physical ports in the network. In addition, the company says, the software allows for larger client loads on a system as administrators can now increase the available bandwidth and reliability of network links between G5 servers and switches.

The startup has already ma......

Full article >>> growth and creating jobs that are two and three times the state average?

Funding roadblocks aside, based on input Small Tree received at the recent Macworld conference and expo in San Francisco and its combined experience, the company has reason for optimism, according to Seeber.

Coming out of SGIs 64-bit processor heritage this is a natural fit, Seeber said. The company has a......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Lincoln Brunner 02/09/04


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