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Cray Inc. Reports International Order Valued at $8 Million for Cray X1E and Cray XD1 Supercomputers

SEATTLE - November 24, 2004--Global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. today reported an order valued at approximately $8 million from an unnamed international customer for a Cray X1E(TM) supercomputer and a Cray XD1 supercomputer. The two systems are scheduled to be installed in the first half of 2005.

"This is our second announced international order for the powerful Cray X1E vector supercomputer, the fully compatible successor to the Cray X1 system. The Cray X1 system is used by leading researchers and developers today for workloads demanding extreme, scalable performance and has demonstrated unrivaled results on standard benchmarks and real-world customer applications. The Cray X1E system will extend this performance leadership," said Peter Ungaro, Cray senior vice president of sales, marketing and service.

"Combining the extreme performance of the new Cray X1E system with one of the largest Cray XD1 Linux-based systems sold to date will provide this customer with a tremendous range of power and flexibility," added Ungaro.

The new Cray XD1 system lets customers experience the performance and reliability of Cray supercomputing technology in systems starting at less than $100,000 U.S. list for the first time ever. Together with the recently announced, Red Storm-based Cray XT3(TM) massively parallel supercomputer, the Cray XD1, Cray X1 and Cray X1E systems constitute the world's most comprehensive and capable lineup of high performance computing (HPC) products

About Cray Inc.

The world's leading supercomputer company, Cray Inc. pioneered high-performance computing with the introduction of the Cray-1 in 1976. The only company dedicated to meeting the specific needs of HPC users, Cray designs and manufactures supercomputers used by government, industry and academia worldwide for applications ranging from scientific research to product design, testing to manufacturing. Cray's diverse product portfolio delivers superior performance, scalability and reliability to the entire HPC market, from the high-end capability user to the department workgroup.

Safe Harbor Statement

This press release contains forward-looking statements. There are certain factors that could cause Cray's execution plans to differ materially from those anticipated by the statements above. These include the successful porting of application programs to Cray systems and general economic and market conditions. For a discussion of these and other risks, see "Factors That Could Affect Future Results" in Cray's most recent Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q filed with the SEC.

Cray is a registered trademark, and Cray XD1 is a trademark, of Cray Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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