NEC launches world’s fastest supercomputer

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NEC launches world's fastest supercomputer

Japanese electronics giant NEC has begun selling the world’s fastest supercomputer.

NEC claimed its SX-8 is the most powerful “vector-type” supercomputer, with a sustainable data processing speed of 65 teraflops well beyond 36.01 teraflops of Blue Gene/L supercomputer recently unveiled by IBM.

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