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CRCarriage Return
CRCopyright
CRCredit
CRCosta Rica
CRControlled Release (prescription drugs)
CRCreek
CRConsumer Reports
CRChange Request
CRComplete Response
CRCruise Control (automotive)
CRComprehensive Review (various organizations)
CRCzech Republic
CRClinical Research
CRCrystal Reports
CRCompression Ratio
CRClassroom
CRChain Reaction
CRCard Reader
CRCase Report
CRClash Royale (gaming)
CRCruise (aircraft flight condition)
CRCorporate Responsibility
CRCredit Report
CRCredit Rating
CRChromium
CRConference Room
CRCode Review
CRCentral Region
CRCentral Region (Order of the Arrow, Boy Scouts of America)
CRComputed Radiography
CRCustomer Relationship
CRCynthia Rowley (fashion)
CRCountry Road (various locations)
CRCritically Endangered (IUCN Red List of Threatened Species category)
CRCommunity Relations
CRCompte-Rendu (French)
CRCourt Reporter
CRCedar River (Washington)
CRCommunity Radio
CRCustomer Relations
CRCorrientes (Argentina Province, airline code)
CRComplete Remission (oncology)
CRConductor (NYC Transit Authority)
CRContractor Report
CRCreatinine
CRCristiano Ronaldo (footballer)
CRCode Red
CRCasino Royale (book by Ian Fleming)
CRConference Report
CRCroydon (postcode, United Kingdom)
CRControl Room
CRCrease (stamp and paper money collecting)
CRConditioned Response
CRCouncillor (title)
CRCelebrate Recovery (ministry)
CRContinuing Resolution
CRConcentration-Response (pharmacology)
CRCommunication Research (journal)
CRConstructed Response (test type item)
CRCompanies Registry (Hong Kong)
CRCondition Report
CRCourse Record
CRConrail (railroad)
CRCold Rolling
CRCaloric Restriction
CRCurrent Rate
CRCosmic Ray
CRChallenge-Response
CRClose Range
CRConsumer Rights
CRCrosswind
CRControl and Reporting
CRCost Recovery
CRCommercial Registration (various locations)
CRComputer Room
CRCorrosion Rate
CRCredit Record
CRCultural Revolution
CRCamera-Ready
CRCurrent Readiness (US Marine Corps)
CRComputer Resources
CRChloroprene Rubber
CRCandidate Recommendation (various organizations)
CRCrown Royal (whiskey)
CRCommon Room
CRComposite Reflectivity (weather)
CRCold Regions
CRControl Relay
CRChallenge Rating (gaming)
CRColumbia Records (record label)
CRCajal-Retzius (cells)
CRCertificate of Registration
CRChicago Rawhide (manufacturer of oil and grease seals)
CRControl Rod
CRClose Ratio (gearbox staging)
CRConnection Request
CRConfidential Report
CRChina Railway
CRCommand Register
CRCray Research
CRCost Reimbursement
CRConsolidated Revenue
CRContract Renewal(s)
CRChicken Run (movie)
CRChief Resident
CRCollege Republican
CRConditional Release
CRComplete Rest
CRCall Request (ITU-T Rec. I.451)
CRClarification Request
CRClear Record
CRCell Relay
CRCritical Resistance
CRCombat Readiness
CRConsumer Relations
CRCertified Restorer (American Society of Cleaning and Restoration)
CRCustomer Requirement
CRClaims Representative
CRCremona, Lombardia (Italian province)
CRConstant Resistance
CRCode Release (software encryption)
CRChampionship Record (sports)
CRCertification Requirement
CRCorrectly Recognized
CRClean Run
CRCarrier Route (US Postal Service)
CRCrotch Rocket (motorcycle slang)
CRComputing Resource
CRComfort Room (restroom)
CRCatalytic Reactor
CRConsolidated Rail Corporation
CRChief Ranger (National Park Service)
CRCost Reimbursable (contract type)
CRComputing Reviews (ACM)
CRCombined Ratio
CRCorner Reflector
CRCenter Referee (soccer)
CRCondition Register
CRContinuous Replenishment
CRChance of Error
CRClass Representative (in colleges of India)
CRCompetitive Range (government contracting)
CRCanned Response (customer service)
CRCapital Records (record label)
CRCritical Ratio (operations management)
CRClosed Reduction
CRCare Recipient (long-term care)
CRChurch Record (genealogy)
CRCoolant Replacement
CRConditioned Reinforcer
CRCarrier Recovery
CRCritical Rate
CRContract-Relax (PNF technique)
CRCopyright Regulations
CRCurrent Relay
CRCompare Register (IBM)
CRChannel Ready
CRCounter Rotation
CRCommunity of the Resurrection (religious order)
CRCommunications Room
CRCross Range
CRCommunications Relay
CRCedar Rapids, IA, USA
CRControl Reverse
CRCommunication/Rendezvous (Plan, US DoD Flight Information Publication)
CRChapter Reference
CRConfiguration Review
CRCentral Ray (radiology)
CRCertified Remodeler Specialist (remodeling)
CRCircuit Reliability
CRCongregation of the Resurrection (religious order)
CRConditional Requirement
CRCoherent Radar
CRCorpse Run (gaming)
CRCustomer Ready
CRCalibrated Range (temperature measuring device accuracy)
CRCapital Request
CRCombat Rating (gaming)
CRCombat Rescue
CRCurrentis (Latin: current month or year)
CRCompliance Rating
CRCorpse Retrieval (roleplaying games)
CRCouncil Rock High School (Bucks County, PA)
CRCoaxial Resonator
CRCertification Revocation
CRCubist Records (record label)
CRContinuous Radon Monitoring
CRChannel Reliability
CRCommonwealth Record
CRConfirmation Review
CRCustos Rotulorum (Latin: Keeper of the Rolls)
CRCorpo Reticolare (Reticular Body of Chlamydia)
CRCombination Radio (SINCGARS)
CRCosmic Rift (game)
CRCritique Report
CRCrampon Pacific Flight Covers Handbook (philatelic handbook)
CRCollege of Redwoods (Eureka, CA)
CRCapabilities Request
CRChild Rider (insurance)
CRCompressor Refrigeration
CRCorporate Repository
CRCurl Retention
CRCryptography Research, Inc
CRCount Reverse
CRClarification Report
CRCAD Room (Met Police, London)
CRConstructionman Recruit (US Navy paygrade E-2, SEABEES)
CRClass of Restriction (telephony)
CRConverter Regulator
CRChristianity Revealed (website/group)
CRCompactness Ratio
CRCrossing Restrictions
CRConstellation Rotating (matrix type)
CRComments Ratio (source code)
CRCorrelation Radiometry
CRCounty Road/Route
CRCongregation of the Rosarians
CRCaulfield Records (record label)
CRComputed Relation
CRContingency Retention
CRCosmonaut Researcher
CRCorrect Reconfiguration
CRCadet Regulation
CRCascaded Rectifier
CRCylinder/Condemnation Rate
CRCivitas Romans (Latin: Roman City/Citizenship, epigraphy)
CRConsolidated Requisition
CRCounter Robotics
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These codes include Fire, CRI/Turbokiva from Cray Research, and Speed, which was developed at the Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine (London).
Advancement of karenitecin from the supercomputer to the laboratory and into the clinical phase 1 trial is a major step in the evaluation process." Through an alliance with Silicon Graphics and Cray Research, a Silicon Graphics company, BioNumerik has two supercomputers on site which are capable of conducting an aggregate of 12.8 billion operations per second and hold more than 1 trillion bytes of data.
Initial tests on the first 64 nodes have revealed that the CS-2 already is about 10 times faster than a Cray Research Y-MP vector supercomputer.
The C90 tests were carried out on machine SN4002 at Cray Research in Chippewa Falls, Wis., using the UNICOS 6.0 operating system, and the CF77 5.0 compiling system.
"It's really a hit-or-miss thing," says David Slowinski of Cray Research, Inc., in Minneapolis.
Those were the golden years as far as SGI was concerned; its serious problems started in 1996 following its $730m acquisition of Cray Research Inc.
Distributed computing is a different solution: It uses several computational resources on a network to solve a problem, says Steve Nelson, vice president of technology for Cray Research, Eagan, MN.
vendor Cray Research watched its market share slip from 90% in 1980 to slightly more than half in 1990, while Japan's market share has climbed from zero in 1980 to 28% in 1990.
So far, IBM has been conspicuously absent from the supercomputer market, now dominated by Cray Research, Inc., and Control Data Corp., both based in Minneapolis.
Wednesday's announcement that SGI had thrown in the NT towel included news of wide-scale restructuring, and a plan to give its Cray Research supercomputer interests independent subsidiary status as a prelude to a sale.
Not surprisingly, the two biggest names in high-performance computing, Cray Research and IBM, have recently announced plans to develop commercial parallel systems.
A report from the Gartner Group points out that Cray Research, the principal U.S.