internetnews.com: IBM's Blue Gene Supercomputer is For Sale
Nov 08, 2004, 14:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Fresh off the revelation that its top supercomputer has
shattered LinPack performance records, IBM Monday said it is
offering its Blue Gene system for commercial businesses.
"The latest BlueGene/L system topped the Top500 list by
operating at 70.7 teraflops, or trillion floating points per
second. The eServer Blue Gene peaks at 5.7 teraflops per single
rack system. Customers may purchase 1 to 64 racks, with 1024
dual-processor nodes per rack, according to a statement..."