High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The Cray-4 was intended
to be Cray Computer Corporation's successor to the failed Cray-3
supercomputer. It was marketed to compete with the T90 from Cray
Research. CCC went bankrupt in 1995 before any Cray-4 had been
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