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Worlds Fastest Computer to Be Created for Moscow State University
2.01.2012 20:01
Worlds Fastest Computer to Be Created for Moscow State University

Development of a new supercomputer has been launched for the M.V.Lomonosov Moscow State University.
      The computer is expected to work ten times faster than the present-day champion - Japanese Fujitsu K computer, carrying out 10 quadrillion operations per second. The computer complex of Japan now heads the world rating of Top500 supercomputers.
      T-Platforms company is going to carry out project design works and develop a complex of engineering infrastructure providing uninterrupted operation of its work. It is expected that computing cluster will have the peak productivity of 10 petaflops (that is will carry out 1015 operations per second). So far it is impossible to predict real (not peak) productivity of the future supercomputer.
      It also remains unknown where and when the new supercomputer will appear.
Author: Vera Ivanova

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