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TítuloSummit, the world’s fastest supercomputer, at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tenn.
Fecha20180607
CiudadOAK RIDGE
PaísUSA
AgenciaCONTACTO
Autor / The New York Times / Redux
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Copyrights2018 © SHAWN POYNTER / The New York Times / Redux / NYTNS / CONTACTO
DescripciónSummit , the world’s fastest supercomputer, at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tenn. , June 6, 2018. Summit can do mathematical calculations at the rate of 200 quadrillion per second, or 200 petaflops. If a person did one calculation a second, he or she would have to live for more than 63 billion years to match what the machine can do in a second. (Shawn Poynter The New York Times)
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