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Top 500 supercomputers

Top 500 supercomputers

The results of the monster truck rally of supercomputing have been posted, and the 5,120 processor NEC Earth Simulator is again the clear winner. Size does matter: IBM's highly ranked Blue Gene/L (which is about the size of eight refrigerators), for example, is puny and slow compared to the Earth Simulator, which occupies a room 71 yards long and 55 yards wide.

June 21, 2004 by in Tech Industry

Vint Cerf on the Internet's future

Vint Cerf on the Internet's future

I caught up with Vint Cerf, and he waxed poetically, politically, philosophically and practically about where the Internet is headed, the role of ICANN and the status of IPv6. Vint also recommends a solution for spammers: public flogging...

June 17, 2004 by in Tech Industry

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