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Tsubame 2.0 supercomputer wins Gordon Bell award

11/30/2011 00:10 AM EST
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mike655mm
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re: Tsubame 2.0 supercomputer wins Gordon Bell award
mike655mm   12/1/2011 12:41:51 AM
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Duh. Are you serious ? They don't build these to win prizes. As you correctly pointed out, they cost serious money.

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Neo10   11/30/2011 6:18:15 AM
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The $10,000 will help them buy another tray of GPUs. But numbers aside do we have any applications on the road now which can readily benefit from using supercomuting?

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