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A high-performance systolic array computer called Warp has been designed and constructed. The machine has a systolic array of 10 or more linearly connected cells, each of which is a programmable processor capable of performing 10 million floating-point operations per second (10 MFLOPS). A 10-cell machine therefore has a peak performance of 100 MFLOPS. Warp is integrated into a UNIX host system. Program development is supported by a compiler. The first 10-cell machine became operational in 1986.doi:10.1145/17356.17397 fatcat:abfuba7b4zcutn34kvwfwhlbie