A name from the past, supercomputer maker Evans & Sutherland, has resurfaced with a pledge to rob Silicon Graphics of its unchallenged position in the high end NT graphics workstation space.
The Salt Lake City company will ship agraphics subsystem, called Harmony, in the third quarter of next year, with prices from $150,000. Vice president of marketing, Greg Phipps, said this would enable NT workstations to outperform any model from rival SGI. SGI currently has the top end NT graphics market to itself, since most systems in this bracket still run Unix.
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