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Rating of CIS Supercomputers
31.03.2008 19:10
Rating of CIS Supercomputers
NOAA's supercomputer

Science and research computer centre of Moscow State University and Interagency Supercomputer centre of Russian Academy of Sciences published a list of 50 top supercomputers of the Commonwealth of Independent Countries.
      Previous version of this rating differs significantly from the new one. For instance, total capacity of rated systems grew from 61.6 to 197.3 teraflops.
      First place is now occupied by SKIF MSU supercomputer, a joint project of Moscow State University, RAS Institute of Software Systems and T-Platforms company, with peak performance of 60 teraflops and real performance of 47.04 teraflops. Second place went to Hewlett-Packards MVS-100K with operating speed of 33.9 teraflops. IBM system of Ufa State University with 14.6 teraflops ranks third.
      Fourth place belongs to SKIF Urals of T-Platforms company, which performs up to 12.2 teraflops. Then goes IBM computer of Siberian Federal University with performance of 9.3 teraflops. And sixth place went to SKIF Cyberia, leader of previous rating with 9 teraflops.
      Source: Science News


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