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Energy Dept.'s Titan Supercomputer: Record Breaker?
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elijed23
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elijed23,
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4/10/2014 | 10:23:32 PM
Record Breaking!
A lot of people in the cloud world are exciting to see if the super computer is record breaking. Being able to boast "to carry out 3 million calculations per second." is no small matter. In a couple of months the world of computers might get a lot faster. 

 

Elisa Jed | http://www.stpsguards.com/ 

 

 
anon4619358696
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4/1/2014 | 3:56:58 PM
re: Energy Dept.'s Titan Supercomputer: Record Breaker?
I can't even imagine how they calculated that the computer could process 3 million uses by each of the 7 billion people on earth every single second. It makes me think about how low tech our every day computers really are. I used to think that the newest computers on the market were the newest technology.

Luke | <a href='http://www.intellexsecurity.com/our-team/' > Intellex Security</a> 
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10/30/2012 | 7:53:47 PM
re: Energy Dept.'s Titan Supercomputer: Record Breaker?
Sounds like another tremendous waste of taxpayer dollars to me. There are plenty of other (cheaper) ways that the Energy Dept could be running these simulations.


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