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IBM BlueGene/L world’s fastest supercomputer
Blue Gene/L is a new member of the IBM Blue Gene family, marking a major expansion of the Blue Gene project. Blue Gene/L is expected to operate at about 200 teraflops (200 trillion operations per second) which is larger than the total computing power of the top 500 supercomputers in the world today.
This is the Columbia Supercomputer, a giant 10,240 CPU SGI Altix supercluster that uses Intel Itanium 2 processors located at the NASA Advanced Supercomputing Facility (NAS). Named in honor of Space Shuttle Columbia, it handles many of the processing jobs for all of the NASA facilities and it currently at 90% capacity. Here are the specs.
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The 54 cabinets that make up the Cray XT3 supercomputer at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, are shown in a recent photo released by the laboratory. The cabinets are orange and white, the colors of the University of Tennessee, which jointly manages the lab with Battelle Memorial Institute.
TOP FIVE SUPERCOMPUTERS
1) BlueGene (LLNL) - 136.8tflops
2) BlueGene (NY) - 91.2 tflops
3) Columbia - 51.87 tflops
4) NEC Earth Simulator - 35.86 tflops
5) MareNostrum Cluster - 27.91 tflops
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