Cray T3D

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The T3D (Torus, 3-Dimensional) was Cray Research's first attempt at a massively parallel supercomputer architecture. The computer went online on July 1, 1994.[1]


The computer had 32-processors in it,[2] 8 gigabytes of memory, and a clock period of 6.67 nanoseconds.[1]



  1. ^ a b "CRI Cray T3D | Computational Information Systems Laboratory". Retrieved 2020-05-22.
  2. ^ "Cray T3D MPP | Ohio Supercomputer Center". Retrieved 2020-05-22.

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