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The Story Behind a Failed HPC Startup 109

Posted by kdawson
from the build-it-and-they-will-come-if-you-don't-run-out-of-money-first dept.
jbrodkin writes "SiCortex had an idea that it thought would take the supercomputing world by storm — build the most energy-efficient HPC clusters on the planet. But the recession, and the difficulties of penetrating a market dominated by Intel-based machines, proved to be too much for the company to handle. SiCortex ended up folding earlier this year, and its story may be a cautionary tale for startups trying to bring innovation to the supercomputing industry."
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