Cray XD1 Supercomputer

CRAY INC Other products from CRAY INC
Novell Technology Partner

product details

The Cray XD1 supercomputer combines breakthrough interconnect, management and reconfigurable computing technologies to meet users' demands for exceptional performance, reliability and usability.

Designed to meet the requirements of highly demanding HPC applications in fields ranging from product design to weather prediction to scientific research, the Cray XD1 system is an indispensable tool for engineers and scientists to simulate and analyze faster, solve more complex problems, and bring solutions to market sooner.

product compatibility

  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9

system requirements/details

CPU:  12 64-bit AMD Opteron 200 series single or dual core processors per chassis

Memory:  12-48 GB PC3200 (DDR 400) Registered ECC SDRAM per chassis or 96 GB PC2700 (DDR333) Registered ECC SDRAM per chassis (1-8 GB per socket)

Hard Disk:  Up to six 3.5 inch Serial ATA drives (74 GB 10K RPM or 250 GB 7200 RPM)


  • x86_64 AMD64® & Intel® EM64T®

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regional availability

  • Asia Pacific
  • Europe, Middle East & Africa
  • Japan
  • Latin America
  • North America

language availability

  • English


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