China's Tianhe-2 tops world supercomputers for fifth time

China's Tianhe-2 tops world supercomputers for fifth time

China's Tianhe-2 supercomputer was named the world's fastest for the fifth time today, outperforming those from the US.

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China's Tianhe-2 retains fastest supercomputer title

China's Tianhe-2 retains fastest supercomputer title

Tianhe-2, developed by China's National University of Defence Technology, has emerged to be the fastest supercomputer yet again. It retained the top spot as the world's fastest supercomputer, according to a biannual Top500 list of supercomputers released on Monday for the fourth consecutive time.

China's Tianhe-2 is world's fastest computer

China's Tianhe-2 has been named the world's fastest computer for the third year in a row at the International Supercomputing Conference in Leipzig, Germany.

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.

China's supercomputer retains top spot of world's most powerful system

Tianhe-2 can operate at 33.86 petaflop/s, or 33,863 trillion calculations per second.

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.

China gains top spot by building fastest super computer: Xi

In a statement Xi extended greetings to all the staff who took part in the development of Tianhe-2, which has a peak performance speed of 54.9 quadrillion operations per second.

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.