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World`s fastest computer is China`s Tianhe-2

The International Supercomputing Conference has named China`s Tianhe-2 as the world `s fastest computer for the third year in a row . The conference was held in Leipzig, Germany.

Supercomputer passes Turing test for the first time

A supercomputer programme has passed the Turing Test for the first time in history after it managed to fool 33 per cent of the human judges into thinking that it was a 13-year-old boy.

IIT-Kanpur unveils new supercomputer

One of India`s top educational institutes, the Indian Institute Of Technology at Kanpur (IIT-K) has unveiled a new supercomputer on Tuesday.

New DNA supercomputer can deliver genome sequencing for just $1k

Researchers have developed a new DNA supercomputer which is promising to deliver radically cheaper genome sequencing.

PARAM supercomputer among the most power efficient systems in world

India`s supercomputer PARAM Yuva II, developed by the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), has been ranked first in India, ninth in the Asia Pacific Region and 44th in the world among the most power efficient computer systems as per the Green500 List announced at the Supercomputing Conference (SC 2013) in Denver, Colorado, in the US, an official release said here Wednesday.

`Greenest` supercomputer unveiled at Cambridge University

A new supercomputer has been unveiled by Cambridge University which is being praised as the ` greenest ` of its kind.

China`s supercomputer retains world`s most powerful system title

China`s supercomputer Tianhe-2 has been reportedly able to retain its top position, awarded in June, in the latest list of world`s most powerful systems.

Australia unveils its most powerful supercomputer

Australia`s most powerful supercomputer, Raijin, was today unveiled in Canberra.

CSIR to launch its fastest supercomputer in Bangalore

CSIR is all set to launch its fastest supercomputer at India`s first ever big data science institute in Bangalore later this month marking its entry into the new field of data intensive scientific discovery.

China develops world`s fastest supercomputer

China`s defence scientists have built the world`s fastest supercomputer, capable of performing 33.86 quadrillion operations per second, surpassing the US Titan supercomputer, according to survey results announced today.

Netweb deploys India’s fastest Supercomputer at C-DAC, Pune

With the recent installation of supercomputer at C-DAC, Pune, Netweb Technologies has maintained their supremacy of being the leader in implementing fastest supercomputers in India for almost a decade.

Researchers set record by simulating supersonic jet noise

Sequoia once topped list of the world`s most powerful supercomputers, boasting 1,572,864 compute cores (processors) and 1.6 petabytes of memory.

World’s fastest supercomputer is also energy efficient

Titan, the world’s fastest supercomputer, has also been ranked third in energy efficiency.

Oak Ridge’s Titan named world’s fastest computer

A supercomputer at US goverment’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has become the world’s fastest computer.

Supercomputer does 20,000 trillion calculations in a blink!

New supercomputer Titan can process more than 20,000 trillion calculations, or 20 petaflops, in a mere blink by employing a series of graphic processing units first created for computer gaming.

Artificial universe created with supercomputer

Harvard’s Odyssey supercomputer allowed simulations that compressed nearly 14 billion years into only a few months.

Now, a supercomputer to uncover space secrets

A new 33-million dollar supercomputer bound for Perth will help scientists around the world to uncover the secrets of the universe, Australia’s Minister for Science and Research Chris Evans has said.

Cure for common cold comes closer to reality

Using a new supercomputer, Melbourne scientists have for the first time modelled the movement of the virus that causes the common cold.

Tiny crystal `revolutionises computer`

Scientists have made a tiny crystal which they claim will take quantum computing to the next level, creating one of the world`s most powerful computers ever developed.

`Quantum computers will happen in our lifetime`

IBM scientists have made a significant step towards creating ‘quantum computers’ that would be faster than any supercomputer on Earth.