If you have not been paying attention to Silicon Graphics during the past couple of years, the following facts may surprise you:

According to Ihab Abu-Hakima, vice president and general manager of Silicon Graphics' Business Computing Division, these accomplishments should not come as a surprise. They are the result of Silicon Graphics' ability to leverage their visual and technical computing capabilities to develop products that provide the power to solve the demanding business requirements of enterprises throughout the world. "Silicon Graphics as a company started up in 1982 with an initial focus of bringing to the market technologies that would allow users to interact with their data in 3-D and real time and in color," explains Abu-Hakima. He adds, "That was really quite novel at the time."

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