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The Origin 3000 and the Onyx 3000 is a family of mid-range and high-end computers developed and manufactured by SGI. The Origin 3000 is a server, while the Onyx 3000 is a visualization system. Both systems were introduced in July 2000 to succeed the Origin 2000 and the Onyx2 respectively. These systems ran the IRIX 6.5 Advanced Server Environment operating system. Entry-level variants of these systems based on the same architecture but with a different hardware implementation are known as the and . The Origin 3000 was succeeded by the Altix 3000 in 2004 and the last model was discontinued on 29 December 2006, while the Onyx 3000 was succeeded by the and the Itanium-based Prism in 2004 and the last model was discontinued on 25 March 2005.

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  • El Origin 3000​ y Origin 300​ son una familia de computadoras de gama media y alta desarrollada y fabricada por SGI. Se introdujo en julio de 2000 en compañía del Onyx 3000 para suceder al Origin 2000 y Onyx2 respectivamente. Estos sistemas ejecutaban el sistema operativo IRIX 6.5 Advanced Server Environment. Las variantes de nivel de entrada de estos sistemas basadas en la misma arquitectura pero con una implementación de hardware diferente se conocen como Origin 300 y Onyx 300. El Origin 3000 fue sucedido por el Altix 3000 en 2004 y el último modelo fue discontinuado el 29 de diciembre de 2006. (es)
  • The Origin 3000 and the Onyx 3000 is a family of mid-range and high-end computers developed and manufactured by SGI. The Origin 3000 is a server, while the Onyx 3000 is a visualization system. Both systems were introduced in July 2000 to succeed the Origin 2000 and the Onyx2 respectively. These systems ran the IRIX 6.5 Advanced Server Environment operating system. Entry-level variants of these systems based on the same architecture but with a different hardware implementation are known as the and . The Origin 3000 was succeeded by the Altix 3000 in 2004 and the last model was discontinued on 29 December 2006, while the Onyx 3000 was succeeded by the and the Itanium-based Prism in 2004 and the last model was discontinued on 25 March 2005. (en)
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  • The Origin 3000 and the Onyx 3000 is a family of mid-range and high-end computers developed and manufactured by SGI. The Origin 3000 is a server, while the Onyx 3000 is a visualization system. Both systems were introduced in July 2000 to succeed the Origin 2000 and the Onyx2 respectively. These systems ran the IRIX 6.5 Advanced Server Environment operating system. Entry-level variants of these systems based on the same architecture but with a different hardware implementation are known as the and . The Origin 3000 was succeeded by the Altix 3000 in 2004 and the last model was discontinued on 29 December 2006, while the Onyx 3000 was succeeded by the and the Itanium-based Prism in 2004 and the last model was discontinued on 25 March 2005. (en)
  • El Origin 3000​ y Origin 300​ son una familia de computadoras de gama media y alta desarrollada y fabricada por SGI. Se introdujo en julio de 2000 en compañía del Onyx 3000 para suceder al Origin 2000 y Onyx2 respectivamente. Estos sistemas ejecutaban el sistema operativo IRIX 6.5 Advanced Server Environment. Las variantes de nivel de entrada de estos sistemas basadas en la misma arquitectura pero con una implementación de hardware diferente se conocen como Origin 300 y Onyx 300. (es)
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  • SGI Origin 3000 (es)
  • SGI Origin 3000 and Onyx 3000 (en)
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