Convex Wants To Be A Full Fledged Heavyweight
For Convex Computer Corp., life has been one big blast since 1982, when it began building the first high-speed number-crunchers for engineering and science labs that couldn't afford $10 million supercomputers. Convex's minisupercomputers can do everything from design drugs to simulate car crashes, but they cost as little as $300,000. Their success has enabled Convex, based in Richardson, Tex., to outlive a raft of competitors, win some 400 customers, and grow to $209.3 million in sales last year.
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