Los Alamos National Laboratory installed the first Cray-1 supercomputing system in 1976 for $8.8 million. It broke records with its speed capable of 160 million floating-point operations per second and an 8-megabyte main memory.
June 11, 2013 3:17 PM PDT
Photo by: Cray Inc.
| Caption by: James Martin
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