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Tuesday, October 26, 2004
NASA's Intel Itanium 2-Based System Fastest in World


Intel Corporation today announced that its latest Intel Itanium 2 processor powers the world's fastest supercomputer.

Intel has congratulated NASA and SGI on building Project Columbia, a system that boasts a world-record speed of 42 trillion floating point operations per second (42 teraFLOP/s) and was deployed in less than six months.


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