SGI (Silicon Graphics)

SGI (Silicon Graphics) is a company that specializes in the production of computer hardware, including workstations, servers, and storage systems. Founded in 1981, the company was one of the pioneers of the 3D graphics industry, and its products were used in a number of high-profile projects, such as the film Jurassic Park. In recent years, SGI has struggled financially, and has been acquired by a number of different companies. What is SGI used for? The SGI is a high performance computer used for scientific and engineering applications. It is used for tasks such as modeling and simulations, data analysis, and visualization. Who bought Silicon Graphics? In 2000, Santa Clara, California-based computer company Silicon Graphics, Inc. was bought by Rackable Systems, a datacenter hardware company based in Fremont, California. Rackable Systems was in turn acquired by Oracle Corporation in 2010.

Where is Silicon Graphics now?

Silicon Graphics (SGI) is now a subsidiary of Rackable Systems, Inc. SGI was founded in Mountain View, California in 1981 and was a leader in high-performance computing, graphics, and visualization for more than two decades. In 2009, SGI filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and emerged from bankruptcy in 2010. Rackable Systems acquired SGI in May of 2010 for $25 million. What does SGI stand for in film? SGI stand for Silicon Graphics, Inc. and was a manufacturer of high-performance computer systems, specializing in 3D graphics and workstations. The company was founded in 1982 and was headquartered in Mountain View, California.

What is SGI technology?

SGI technology is a type of computer technology that was developed by Silicon Graphics, Inc. (SGI). This technology is used in high-performance computing, such as in supercomputers and workstations. It is also used in some video games and simulations.