Wednesday, 28 December 2011

Amazon Builds World's Fastest Nonexistent Supercomputer | Wired Enterprise |

Cycle Computing setup a virtual supercomputer for an unnamed pharmaceutical giant that spans 30,000 processor cores, and it cost $1,279 an hour. Stowe —who has spent more than two decades in the supercomputing game, working with supercomputers at Carnegie Mellon University and Cornell —says there's still a need for dedicated supercomputers you install in your own data center, but things are changing.

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