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What Led to the Fall of SGI? – Epilogue

Well, it’s official.  The once Proud and Mighty SGI has fallen and Rackable is buying up SGI’s Assets for the sum of $42.5Million, to be closed by next Friday (May 8th).  The “What Led to the Fall of SGI?” Series is pretty much complete.   So what does this all mean?  And what have I forgotten […]

What led to the Fall of SGI? – Chapter 5

Shortly after I published my SGI Special Edition Podcast, I was contacted by a former SGI Engineer (who preferred to remain Anonymous) with several stories to tell of what happened to SGI. It’s an amazing story full of minor hardware glitches that wound up costing millions, bone-headed oversights during acquisitions, and basic mismanagement of a […]

What led to the Fall of SGI? – Chapter 4

Shortly after I published my SGI Special Edition Podcast, I was contacted by a former SGI Engineer (who preferred to remain Anonymous) with several stories to tell of what happened to SGI. It’s an amazing story full of minor hardware glitches that wound up costing millions, bone-headed oversights during acquisitions, and basic mismanagement of a […]

What led to the Fall of SGI? – Chapter 3

Shortly after I published my SGI Special Edition Podcast, I was contacted by a former SGI Engineer (who preferred to remain Anonymous) with several stories to tell of what happened to SGI. It’s an amazing story full of minor hardware glitches that wound up costing millions, bone-headed oversights during acquisitions, and basic mismanagement of a […]

What led to the Fall of SGI? – Chapter 2

Shortly after I published my SGI Special Edition Podcast, I was contacted by a former SGI Engineer (who preferred to remain Anonymous) with several stories to tell of what happened to SGI. It’s an amazing story full of minor hardware glitches that wound up costing millions, bone-headed oversights during acquisitions, and basic mismanagement of a […]

What led to The Fall of SGI? – Chapter 1

Shortly after I published my SGI Special Edition Podcast, I was contacted by a former SGI Engineer (who preferred to remain Anonymous) with several stories to tell of what happened to SGI.  It’s an amazing story full of minor hardware glitches that wound up costing millions, bone-headed oversights during acquisitions, and basic mismanagement of a […]