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Compaq's SP700 is designed to deliver performance through the system with the Highly Parallel System Architecture (HPSA).
Delivering a Highly Parallel System Architecture (HPSA) that minimizes memory and I/O bottlenecks and supports up to 4 GB of system memory, the SP700 is especially well suited for users who require access to gigabytes of information to visualize, modify or manipulate large models and assemblies.
This technology, combined with the Highly Parallel System Architecture of Compaq's Professional Workstation SP700 and XP line of products, will provide the fastest graphics application performance platform available for Microsoft Windows NT.
Compaq's value-engineered technologies and components include Highly Parallel System Architecture and extended memory for increased performance, manageability to lower customers total cost of ownership, form-factor flexibility for investment protection and PCI Hot Plug technology to increase reliability.
This capability - coupled with Compaq's innovative Highly Parallel System Architecture - enables technical and creative professionals to work interactively on extremely large models and assemblies without the performance lag caused in other Windows NT-based workstations.
The Professional Workstation 5100, 6000 and 8000 offer an innovative system design featuring Compaq's Highly Parallel System Architecture, large memory capacities, multiple processors and top-of-the-line peripherals," said Elaine Mata, director of product marketing for Compaq's Workstation Division.
As with our Highly Parallel System Architecture, the extension of the AGP specification will help Compaq deliver high-performance solutions based on industry standards to our workstation customers.
The ProLiant 5500 server, with its Highly Parallel System Architecture, posted TPC-C results of 3,897.