Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Based in Mountain View, California, and known as SGI, Silicon Graphics, Inc., is popular for developing computer hardware and software products that are used to create special effects and animation in motion pictures. Founded by Dr. James Clark in 1982 (who later cofounded Netscape), SGI is now led by Robert Bishop, Chairman and CEO, and is the world's leader in high-performance computing technology. The company's systems, ranging from desktop workstations and servers to the most powerful supercomputers in the world, deliver advanced computing and 3-D visualization capabilities to scientific, engineering, and creative professionals and to large enterprises. In addition, SGI creates innovative software for design, Internet, and entertainment applications. SGI provides solutions in several key industries, including manufacturing, government, entertainment, communications, energy, the sciences, and education.
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