Japan now starts a long term project to build and complete the next generation supercomputer.
According to an updated world data by global green supercomputer ranking organization Green500, the world’s most energy efficient supercomputer currently resides in the Land of the Rising Sun.
NEC releases its latest commercial supercomputer model, boasting the “world’s best yet” when it comes to processing efficiency.
A 10-year, £1 billion (€1.2 billion/$1.6 billion) project to completely revolutionize the way we understand and interpret the human brain began today in Switzerland.
Australia’s most powerful computer has been unveiled at the Australian National University (ANU) in the national capital, Canberra. Named Raijin, after the Japanese god of thunder and rain, the new supercomputer cost over $50 million to build and is expected to cost $12 million a year to run.
We told you all the juicy details about it months ago, down to the CPUs and accelerators used, and the expected total size when finished, but we didn’t tell you it’s World’s No 1 even at the pilot stage. But there are buts and ifs here…
The Top500 organization has released its biannual list of the world’s fastest supercomputers. This time, China’s new Tianhe-2 supercomputer has replaced Cray’s Titan supercomputer as the fastest in the world.