SX-3 supercomputer

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The SX-3 supercomputer family was developed by NEC Corporation in Japan and announced in April 1989.[1] The SX-3/44R became the fastest supercomputer in the world in 1990.

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  1. ^ Computing methods in applied sciences and engineering by R. Glowinski, A. Lichnewsky ISBN 0-89871-264-5 page 353-360