Sunday November 27, 2011

Fujitsu Launches 23 PFlops Supercomputer

Fujitsu has introduced the PRIMEHPC FX10, its new world class supercomputer, which is claimed to be the fastest system available. The supercomputer boasts an impressive total of 1024 racks, 98,304 computing nodes and 6PB of memory. Now if we could only score one of those for the [H]orde Folding Team #33 big grin

However, instead of eight cores, the SPARC64 IXfx integrates 16 cores, which means that Fujitsu's 23.2 PFlops supercomputer would boast a stunning 1,572,864 processing cores