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The Challenge, code-named Eveready (deskside models) and Terminator (rackmount models), is a family of server computers and supercomputers developed and manufactured by Silicon Graphics in the early to mid-1990s that succeeded the earlier Power (not to be confused with the IBM POWER) series systems. The Challenge was later succeeded by the NUMAlink-based Origin 200 and Origin 2000 in 1996.

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  • SGI Challenge est une famille d'ordinateurs de type station de travail (serveur et superordinateur), développée et fabriquée par l'entreprise Silicon Graphics au début des années 1990. Cette famille d'ordinateurs succède à la série d'ordinateurs Power.
  • The Challenge, code-named Eveready (deskside models) and Terminator (rackmount models), is a family of server computers and supercomputers developed and manufactured by Silicon Graphics in the early to mid-1990s that succeeded the earlier Power (not to be confused with the IBM POWER) series systems. The Challenge was later succeeded by the NUMAlink-based Origin 200 and Origin 2000 in 1996.
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  • SGI Challenge est une famille d'ordinateurs de type station de travail (serveur et superordinateur), développée et fabriquée par l'entreprise Silicon Graphics au début des années 1990. Cette famille d'ordinateurs succède à la série d'ordinateurs Power.
  • The Challenge, code-named Eveready (deskside models) and Terminator (rackmount models), is a family of server computers and supercomputers developed and manufactured by Silicon Graphics in the early to mid-1990s that succeeded the earlier Power (not to be confused with the IBM POWER) series systems. The Challenge was later succeeded by the NUMAlink-based Origin 200 and Origin 2000 in 1996.
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