July 19, 2002

New Linux supercomputer coming to Livermore national lab

IDG.net: " Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will soon be getting a heavyweight new Linux supercomputer that will be one of the most powerful Linux-based supercomputers on earth. The machine will theoretically be capable of 9.2 trillion floating-point operations per second (TFLOPS) and will be used to help the Livermore, Calif.-based lab as it conducts ever more complex scientific experiments involving climate, earthquakes and other physical phenomena. "


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