Scientists have created the world’s fastest computer at the US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, that can process more than 3 billion calculations per second.
Atos Bull sequana is the first exascale-class supercomputer that offers thousand times more performance than current pentaflops-scale systems
The new high performance computing system aims to help scientific, engineering and academic programmes.
The Tianhe-2 by China’s National University of Defence Technology can perform at 33.86 petaflop/s.
Chinas Tianhe-2 became the worlds fastest supercomputer in June,setting a new record in strategic technology. While this field grows at a phenomenal pace,the need for speedy calculations accompanies it. Supercomputers can zero in on solutions,eliminate duds,and test probabilities of variables much faster. Heres a look at these gigantic arrays of processing power and what lies beneath
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Tianhe-2 is capable of operating as fast as 33.86 petaflops per second.
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The most powerful system in Europe and number four on the List is SuperMUC,an IBM iDataplex system installed at Leibniz Rechenzentrum in Germany.
Chinese scientists are attempting to produce Exascale computing.