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IBM placed 42.6 percent off the Top 500 Supercomputers. HP was second with 138 supercomputers for a 27.6 percent, and Cray was third with 26 supercomputers - 5.2 percent of those on the list.
Intel dominated the chip list with 70 percent using it Xeon processor. In celebration the chipmaker has released the production schedule for their Xeon family Many Integrated Cores Architecture (MIC) co-processor called Xeon Pi. It can reach 1 TeraFLOP performance from a single PCIe card.
Here's David Chernicoff's take on the new processor.