Supercomputers are literally large computers that are packed with more computing power than your regular desktop. They are found all over the world, and can do so many great things. Here are the most powerful ones!
A Cisco glc-t is really needed for something as powerful as the Vulcan. You see, not only is it powerful, it is also mysterious as the U.S. Government apparently uses it. However, you can see it and participate in professor cycles — but only for business or research purposes — at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, with proper documentation, of course.
Yes, China also has supercomputers of its own, and Tianhe-1A is the perfect example. In fact, it is known as the world’s current fastest supercomputer — even if its horsepower comes from off-the-shelf chips. Tianhe-1A works with 2.5 petaflopsor trillion point per second operation. It’s no wonder that it’s definitely one of the most powerful in the world!
JUQUEEN is a German-based supercomputer that is used for climate, energy, and biological research. It is used at the Julich Research Center, and is one of the two most reliable European supercomputers today.
You may know Jaguar, the famous super automobile, but there’s also a supercomputer named Jaguar — and it is located at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the United States. With over 260,000 cores and some more Opteron or high-poweredchips, Jaguar is truly perfect and reliable for unclassified research, according to the lab.
Made by technological giant Dell, Stampede is found at the University of Texas and is known as America’s most powerful academic supercomputer. Stampede is used in researching about climate change, earthquakes, and even biofuels — and has helped out a lot when it comes to brain tumor imaging — helping many patients who suffer from tumors.
These supercomputers only prove that no matter how smart we think we are, there are times when the help of computers is needed — and these ones right here definitely can do more than what’s expected of them!