FACTBOX: World's most powerful computers|
Mon Jan 14, 2008 11:15am EST
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's most powerful supercomputer was unveiled on
Here are the world's five fastest computers, listed by name, location and
performance in teraflops, or trillions of calculations per second.
1) Blue Gene/L. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, California. 478.2
2) Jugene. Juelich research centre, Germany. 167.3 TFlop/s.
3) SGI Altix ICE 8200. SGI/New Mexico Computing Applications Center,
Wisconsin. 126.9 TFlop/s.
4) EKA. Computational Research Laboratories, India. 117.9 TFlop/s.
5) Cluster Platform 3000 BL460c. Unspecified government agency location,
Sweden. 102.8 TFlop/s.
(Source: www.top500.org. November 2007)
Original article: Reuters
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