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cray

slang A shortened form of "crazy," meaning the same. Oh, she's cray—you can't trust a word she says. I thought his reaction to your tiny mistake was cray—screaming was definitely not necessary.

cray cray

slang A reduplication of a shortened form of "crazy," meaning the same. Oh, she's cray cray—you can't trust a word she says. I thought his reaction to your tiny mistake was cray cray—screaming was definitely not necessary.
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Bored with CDC's commercial drive, Cray left the company and founded Cray Research in 1972.
And Cray, which has sold about a dozen supercomputers to the Japanese government, said that if NEC's bid prevailed, it would hurt the U.
The "Red Storm" architecture on which the Cray XT3 system is based scales from 200 to 30,000 processors and up to 144 teraflops.
Since its founding in 1972, Cray had dominated the supercomputer industry and was the U.
We're pleased that Cray selected Blast Create and Blast Fusion for this demanding ASIC design," said Kam Kittrell, general manager of Magma's Design Implementation Business Unit.
Meeting this challenge will require an extremely strong engineering team, with the creativity to invent new HPC solutions and the experience to deliver them," said Steve Scott, Cray Chief Technology Officer.
Cray is the premier provider of supercomputing solutions for customers' most challenging scientific and engineering problems.
This project with Cray showed the value of complementing technology with engineering services.
For example, CSCS, the Swiss National Supercomputing Center, relied heavily on HPC Challenge results when it recently selected a Cray XT3 system with 1,100 AMD Opteron processors that will be one of Europe's most powerful supercomputers.
The company's results were driven by the Cray T3E product line, the current world record-holder for actual computing speed on a real problem.
a leading supplier of high-speed optical engines for broadband communication solutions, announced today that it has been awarded a study contract by Cray Inc.
With the addition of 816 processors to its existing 272-processor Cray T3E-1200 supercomputer, the AHPCRC will operate the largest Cray T3E system in the world.
Brian brings twenty years of experience as a technology company chief financial officer," said Jim Rottsolk, Cray Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.
Cray disclosed in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission today that this decision was not caused by any disagreement between Cray and Deloitte & Touche on any matter of accounting principles or practices, financial statement disclosure or auditing scope or procedure, and that the reports of Deloitte & Touche on Cray's financial statements for the last two fiscal years contained no adverse opinion or disclaimer of opinion, and were not qualified or modified as to uncertainty, audit scope or accounting principles.
Cray said the following record-setting results on Cray X1 systems were announced earlier: