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Parallella: A Supercomputer For Everyone

A project in Lexington, MA by Adapteva
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The Parallella project will make parallel computing accessible to everyone.
Backers: 4963
Average Pledge Per Backer: $181

Funded: $898,602 of $750,000
Dates: Sep 27th -> Oct 27th (30 days)
Project By: Adapteva
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Latest News

ARM-powered Parallella supercomputer poised to ship

July 1st - via: tgdaily.com
Parallella - a low cost "supercomputer" designed by Adapteva - has successfully met its Kickstarter goals and is now poised to ship to a slew of lucky backers. (Read More)

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Kickstarter PR Push Takes Top New England PR Honors

June 12th - via: odwyerpr.com
Rainier Communications' campaign supporting client Adapteva's fundraising drive to produce a $99 supercomputer took the top award at the Publicity Club of New England's annual Bell Ringer Awards June 10 in Boston. (Read More)

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