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Apple has 4 supercomputers among the 500 in the world

Supercomputers based on Apple’s Xserve technology have a place in the TOP500 list. The announcement was made at the supercomputer conference this week in Heidelberg, Germany.

Apple’s best-selling computer is Virginia Tech’s System X, which features a dual 2.3 Ghz processor, G5 Xserve models, and a performance of 12,250 gigaflops. But the best system went to Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories BlueGene/L system, an IBM supercomputer, BlueGene/L gave maximum results of 136800 gigaflops, with a theoretical performance of 183500 gigaflops, runs Linux and is built with 65,536 PowerPC 440 chips running at 700Mhz. Six of the top ten systems were built by IBM.

Source: macworld

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