IBM's Blue Gene/L goes on sale
Monday November 08 2004 @ 09:23AM EST

News.com: The machine began life as a research project in 2000, is presently the world's fastest supercomputer, and has only four publicly announced customers. But as IBM earlier promised would happen, the design has now become a comparatively ordinary product sold by IBM's server group under the brand name eServer Blue Gene.

The Blue Gene is available immediately with a starting price of $1.5 million, IBM plans to announce on Monday, the opening day of the SC2004 supercomputing show in Pittsburgh.

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