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Cray T3D,
Cray Research's first-generation massively parallel supercomputer architecture, launched in 1993. The T3D is a scalable distributed NUMA architecture containing up to 2048 processing element (PE) nodes of 150 MHz DEC Alpha 21064 processor with either 16 or 64 MiB of DRAM interconnected as a 3D torus, so that each processor can access the memory of every other processor. The T3D does not come as a stand-alone system but required a Y-MP as host system [1]. The T3D PEs ran the Microkernel UNICOS Max. In 1995, the T3D was superseded by the Cray T3E.
Cray T3D [2]

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  1. ^ High Performance Computer Architectures: A Historical Perspective - The CRAY T3D
  2. ^ Cray T3D on display at the EPFL, Photo by Rama, Cc-by-sa-2.0-fr, Category:Cray-T3D - Wikimedia Commons

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