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Intel iPSC/1 (1985) - Computer History Museum (2007-11-10 22.58.31 by Carlo Nardone)

Source Computer Museum: iPSC
Author Carlo Nardone from Roma, Italy
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  • iPSC-1. Exhibition > Supercomputers > The Personal SuperComputer. Computer History Museum (1974). "Intel computer architect Justin Rattner created the iPSC (Intel Personal Super Computer) using 128 Intel 80286/7 processors interconnected as a hypercube. This novel, influential "multicomputer"—a computer made up of other computers, each with its own memory—used commercial off-the-shelf parts.", "Date Introduced: 1985", "Manufacturer: Intel Corporation", "Object ID: X1076.91"


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