The world’s 10 fastest supercomputers

Los Alamos and Oak Ridge laboratories break the petaflop barrier.

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Named after a cluster of stars in the Taurus constellation, Pleiades uses 12,800 Intel Xeon quad-core processors to research climate change, simulate future space vehicle design, and develop models of dark matter halos and galaxy evolution.

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