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    Posted by Kenneth Farmer (Thursday November 21 2002 @ 01:45PM EST) [ ]
    One machine, ASCI Purple for nuclear weapons research, will be three times faster than the world's current top-ranked supercomputer, NEC's Earth Simulator, which has been clocked at 35 trillion calculations per second, or "teraflops." The other machine, the Linux-powered Blue Gene/L for civilian research, will be 10 times faster than Earth Simulator, with a speed of 360 teraflops, according to IBM.

    Also included in the $290 million government contract is a third, smaller computer--a comparatively ordinary cluster of 944 x335 servers and 32 x345 machines.

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