Might be fun for someone in Ohio. Wrong part of the
country for me.
Here's an original press release on it. What sort of processors did
these use ?
NCube Inc, one of the small band of sturdy massively parallel processing
pioneers, reckons that it may need to crash the entry price of its
machines to popularise the concept, and yesterday it announced the nCube
2E series, starting with just eight and going to 128 of the company's
proprietary processors, with an entry price of $30,000. In full
configuration, it is claimed to offer five times the performance of
mainframe systems...yada yada...