LinuxDevices.com: What's a petaflop, and how do you make one?
Aug 12, 2000, 02:04 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rick Lehrbaum)
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"In an IBM announcement earlier this week about the IBM
Linux Wrist Watch project, IBM made a strong point about their
growing use of Linux in projects ranging from the tiny Linux Wrist
Watch, all the way up to a "petaflop super computer."
"What's a petaflop? How do you make a petaflop super
"Alex Morrow, "IBM Fellow" at IBM's TJ Watson Research Center in
Yorktown Heights, New York, and project leader of the IBM Linux
Wrist Watch project shed some light on those questions in an
interview with LinuxDevices.com's Rick Lehrbaum..."
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