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10 most powerful supercomputers in the world

20 Jul 2015  | R. Colin Johnson

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Sequoia

IBM BlueGene/Q system at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory—called Sequoia—is primarily water-cooled and consists of 1.6 million Power cores, giving it performance of 17.1petaflops and bringing it in third. (Source: Top500)


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