Cray Research, Inc.


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Cray Research, Inc.

(company)
US manufacturer of large powerful mainframe supercomputers, co-founded by noted computer architect, Seymour Cray.

Quarterly sales $216M, profits $8M (Aug 1994).

Cray were bought by Silicon Graphics, Inc..

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