22 /PRNewswire/ -- Convex Computer Corporation (NYSE: CNX) today announced new lower prices for Exemplar Scalable Parallel Processors (SPP), reducing the cost of entry for systems that delivery vastly improved productivity over workstations.
What does SPP stand for?
SPP stands for Scalable Parallel Processors
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 404 other meanings of SPP in our Acronym Attic
- Science Parks of Wallonia (Belgium)
- Scientific Programme of Work (NATO Undersea Research Centre)
- Scope and Program Of Work
- Shareware Pick of the Week (software review)
- Society for the Promotion of Women and Child (India)
- Smallpox (CBRN modeling)
- Saint-Paul Position (French speed skating club)
- Sapeur-Pompier Professionnel (French: Professional Firefighter)
- Savings Plus Plan (various locations)
- Scenario Preparation Program
- School of Public Policy
- Science and Policy Program (American Association for the Advancement of Science)
- Science Power Platform
- Scottish Planning Policy (UK)
- Scottish Power PLC (UK)
- Screening Partnership Program (Transportation Security Administration, DHS)
- Seagate Partner Program (hardware business-enhancement partnership)
- Secrétariat Permanent à la Politique de Prévention (French: Permanent Secretariat for Prevention Policy; crime prevention initiative; Belgium)
- Secure Passage Program
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Convex petroleum industry solutions are based on the company's new Exemplar Scalable Parallel Processors, and on its C Series of high performance computers.
Convex Exemplar scalable parallel processors and C Series supercomputers are used by organizations worldwide to solve complex problems in environments where superior quality is essential -- applications such as seismic processing, reservoir modeling, computational chemistry, computer aided engineering, image processing, aerospace simulation and molecular biology," said Terrence L.