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Apple, GPH trade new patent complaints through civil suits

11/29, 12:30pm

Civil suits add to ITC complaint

Apple and Graphics Properties Holdings are exchanging new civil suits as part of their ongoing legal battle, according to AppleInsider. Apple filed two patent infringement complaints against GPH earlier this month through Los Angeles lawfirm O'Melveny & Myers. The details of the allegations, though, have not been made public.


SGI remnants call for ITC ban against Apple, HTC, Samsung

11/18, 9:25pm

Graphics Properties Holdings claims video tech

The company resulting from the liquidation of once-giant workstation developer Silicon Graphics, Graphics Properties Holdings, hoped to profit from the work of the smartphone and TV industries after it quietly filed an International Trade Commission dispute late this week against key companies. It alleges that Apple, HTC, LG, RIM, Samsung, Sony, and Sony Ericsson are violating three patents for video technology. The patents appear to cover obvious technology, including floating point math to render the image, parcel instruction processing, and even widescreen LCD displays.


SGI rolls out Octane III workstation

09/22, 1:45pm

Company's first 'personal' supercomputer

Hardware builder SGI has begun selling the Octane III, a computer it is claiming to be its first personal supercomputer. Unlike most supercomputers, the system is designed to operate as a workstation, sitting in a regular office environment connected to standard power outlets. Owners can configure an O3 to use as many as 80 cores, and as much as 1TB of RAM.


SGI demos dual-core Atom-based supercomputer

11/21, 4:20pm

SGI shows Atom-based HPC

At the Super Computing 2008 expo currently being held in Austin, Texas, Silicon Graphics Inc demonstrated its concept high performance computer (HPC) powered entirely by dual-core Intel Atom N330 processors, each rated at 1.3GHz in this application. The Intel chip was chosen for the HPC, code-named Project Molecule, because it fits in with the company's aim to create a supercomputer with a relatively small footprint, low cost, low power consumption and an easily programmable high-volume processor.



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