This was part of the John von Neumann Center ETA-10 installation at Princeton University. Alternative label copy: ETA10 Supercomputer, 1988 ETA was a spin-off company of Control Data Corporation. Its ETA- 10 supercomputer, introduced in 1986, proved popular with universities and research institutions. Using a 44-layer board, the entire CPU was constructed on a single board. This family of machines (spanning a 27:1 performance range) offered peak performance of up to 10 GFLOPS, used CMOS logic, and came in air and water-cooled versions.