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 for SP/2
From V.E.R.A. -- Virtual Entity of Relevant Acronyms (September 2014) :

         Service Pack 2 (MS, Windows, XP)

From The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (18 March 2015) :

     Scalable POWERparallel 2.
     A line of RISC-based processors from IBM using symmetric
     multi-processing.  SP/2 replaced SP/1.
     The SP2 is a classical MPP design, based on a Shared
     Nothing architecture.  The SP2 is an example of the
     Distributed Memory Processor (DMP) parallel model, with
     individual nodes interconnected over a LAN, or a
     High-Performance Switch (HPS).  SP2 systems can have from 2 to
     512 nodes.  Each node is a RISC system/6000 running IBM's
     AIX operating system.
     The SP2 supports applications in both technical and commercial
     environments.  In terms of commercial applications, the SP2 is
     MIS/{DSS">typically being used in support of, MIS/{DSS including
     data mining, business applications e.g. SAP, Alternative
     Mainframe/{Mainframe Offload}, LAN Server Consolidation.

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