Sony to Challenge SGI Workstations With Playstation Chips.
Sony's first workstations will appear next year, incorporating faster EE+ and GS+ chips. By 2002, Kutaragi said, SCE expects to have developed the EE2, which will incorporate 40 million transistors. The next-generation EE3 will have more than 100 million transistors. The new workstations will be compete head on with products from Silicon Graphics Inc, and will be used to "enhance the work environment for creating entertainment content," said Kutaragi.
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|Date:||Oct 11, 1999|
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