But smaller than the Crays of the era.
If it doesn't run on 400Hz, it's a 'mini' supercomputer.
Hmmm I knew the earlier Crays often had motor generator setups and such
but I thoght that was just for power filtering and maybe flywheels for
ups setups. Didn't know they were 400hz! Odd!
CHM was really into collecting this sort of iron in
the late 90's
as they were all getting scrapped.
Don't know that person off the top of my head. I owned a Maspar MP2 at one
point (small!) and have owned some Cray J90 series (heavy.) I still think
large SGIs are the friendly "supercomputer." In my travels there is a guy
named James who has/had a verrrrry nice Cray collection. Haven't talked to
him in a few years though hope he is doing well. He had some of the 6000