Now that full complement of 12544 Power5 processors have been installed, the Blue Gene/L supercomputer has hit 260 teraflops. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and IBM unveiled the Blue Gene/L supercomputer on Thursday and announced that it has broken its own record again for the world’s fastest supercomputer.
Blue Gene/L Beats Own Speed Record
2005-10-30 IBM 12 Comments
Great work. I just dont quite understand “12 544 Power5 processors”. So how many processors is that? 544 * 12 = 6528 processors?