C|Net: Fastest Linux supercomputer in works
Wednesday July 17 2002 @ 03:44PM EDT

The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will build the world's most powerful Linux supercomputer for use with national security projects.

Fastest Linux supercomputer in works

By Matthew Broersma Special to CNET News.com July 17, 2002, 12:35 PM PT

The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will build the world's most powerful Linux supercomputer for use with national security projects. The Livermore, Calif.-based supercomputing cluster will consist of 962 nodes running on 1,920 2.4GHz Intel Xeon processors, with a theoretical peak of 9.2 teraflops (trillions of calculations per second). Each node will have 4GB of DDR SDRAM memory and 120GB of hard disk space.

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