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Statistics About The Most Powerful Computer

The most powerful computer currently has a processing speed of 442 petaflops and 2.8 million cores.

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"Sierra has a peak performance of 94.6 petaflops."

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"Summit has a peak performance of 148.6 petaflops."

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"Tianhe-2A uses Intel Xeon CPUs and custom-built Matrix-2000 co-processors."

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"The most powerful supercomputer in the world as of 2020 is Japan's Fugaku."

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"Fugaku has a peak performance of over 442 petaflops."

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"Piz Daint uses a combination of Intel Xeon E5 CPUs and NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPUs."

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"Summit uses IBM POWER9 CPUs and NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs."

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"Fugaku was developed by RIKEN and Fujitsu."

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"The European Union's most powerful supercomputer as of 2020 is Piz Daint, located in Switzerland."

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"Tianhe-2A, located at China's National Supercomputer Center in Guangzhou, is the fourth most powerful supercomputer in the world as of 2020."

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"Frontera has a peak performance of 23.5 petaflops."

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"Frontera is the most powerful academic supercomputer ever deployed."

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"Fugaku uses ARM architecture processors."

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"The fifth most powerful computer in the world as of 2020 is Frontera, located at Texas Advanced Computing Center in the USA."

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"Sierra is used for nuclear simulation and weapons research."

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"Fugaku is used for applications including drug discovery and preventative healthcare."

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"Tianhe-2A has a peak performance of 61.4 petaflops."

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"Piz Daint has a peak performance of 21.2 petaflops."

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"The third most powerful supercomputer as of 2020 is Sierra, located at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the USA."

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"The second most powerful supercomputer in the world as of 2020 is Summit, located at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the USA."

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