In Supercomputing, Superconfusion

Picking out a supercomputer used to be easy. You'd find $15 million or so and call Cray Research Inc. Lately, though, Cray's near-monopoly has given way to a profusion of alternatives, each with a unique design and each claiming to excel in speed, cost, and ease of use--or all three.

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