Japan plans 130-petaflop China-beating number-crunching supercomputer
Enlarge Argonne National Laboratory reader comments 15 Share this story Japan is reportedly planning to build a 130-petaflop supercomputer costing $173 million (£131 million) that is due for completion next year. Satoshi Sekiguchi, a director-general at Japan's National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, where the computer will...
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