Silicon Graphics (SGI) is considering closing its Cosmos Software unit after it failed to get a buyer for its graphics software developer subsidiary.
A US representative has confirmed reports that Cosmos could be shut within the next two weeks, with its 100 employees offered new jobs within SGI. The company specialised in developing tools for creating Virtual Reality Modelling Language that creates advanced graphics on Web sites.
SGI has been going through a period of restructuring following a number of loss-making quarters in the last 18 months. Last week it spun-off its Mips chip design subsidiary through a public offering.
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