Cray reported strategies Tuesday to set up a new supercomputer named Titan for Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Oak Ridge, Tenn. which might be two times as fast and three times as power efficient as the present No. 1 supercomputer on the planet, Japan’s K computer.
The Titan system is estimated to possess a peak functionality between 10 and 20 petaflops of high end computing power, as outlined by Cray. Japan’s K computer, known as the most notable supercomputer on the planet in June, has reached a peak overall performance of 8.774 petaflops, or 8.774 . . . → Read More: Titan Supercomputer for ORNL is the World’s Fastest Computer