Cray to Deliver World's Largest Supercomputer to Oak Ridge
Cray has signed a contract with the U.S. Department of Energy's Oak
Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to provide the first petaflops-speed
(1,000 trillion floating-point operations per second) supercomputer.
ORNL's Cray XT3™ supercomputer will undergo several upgrades beginning
this year, and in 2008 ORNL is expected to install a next-generation
Cray supercomputer. This system, currently code-named 'Baker,' is
designed to deliver peak performance of one petaflops, making it roughly
three times faster than any existing computer in the world.
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