IBM flexes its supercomputer muscle

Thanks jayp6969 for emailing us. IBM said Thursday that it inked a deal to build Germany's largest supercomputer to date.

The new computer, worth well over $10 million, was purchased by Germany's Juelich Research Center and will be installed next year at its Central Institute for Applied Mathematics, otherwise known as ZAM.

There, scientists from a number of disciplines will use the supercomputer to conduct research in physics, chemistry, life sciences and environmental sciences.

News source: CNet News - IBM flexes its supercomputer muscle

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