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Russian Mathematicians Created A Supercomputer
31.12.2010 12:02
Russian Mathematicians Created A Supercomputer
A supercomputer

Russian Academy of Sciences reports about development of a supercomputer , able to perform as many as 100 trillion operations per second.
      According to researchers from the Institute of Applied Mathematics, the new supercomputer is an implementation of an idea of hybrid computers. Such computers combine ordinary processors and graphics boards.
      The K-100 supercomputer will be busy with tasks and calculations of the Institute of Applied Mathematics. Testing in science will help understand how use the computer for industrial needs with maximum efficiency.
      Source: Science News
Author: Anna Kizilova


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