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Wednesday, February 4, 2009

...catch up World to the USA and BRITAIN...!

...catch up World to the USA and BRITAIN...!

THE SEQUOIA faster than the top 500 computers of the World combined...!
20 petaflops. That's the speed rating of IBM's slated Sequoia supercomputer, the future world's fastest supercomputer that promises to be faster than every system on the Top500 supercomputer list, combined.
So what's all that actually mean? IBM offered us some more tangible ways to wrap your mind around 20 quadrillion mathematical processes per second.
• If each of the 6.7 billion people on earth had a hand calculator and worked together on a calculation 24 hours per day, 365 days a year, it would take 320 years to do what Sequoia will do in one hour.
• 20 petaflops could offer a 50x improvement in our capability to predict earthquakes, allowing scientists to predict an earthquake's effects on a building-by-building basis across an area as large as Los Angeles County.
• 20 petaflops could also provide a 40x improvement in our capability to monitor and forecast weather. This would allow forecasters to predict local weather events that affect areas 100 meters to one kilometer in size, down from their current ten-kilometer ability.
The Sequoia will be powered by 1.6 million cores (specific 45-nanometer chips in development) and 1.6 petabytes of memory. It will be housed in 96 refrigerators spanning roughly 3,000 square feet.
It's for the U.S. Government who will use the system for "uncertainty quantification (UQ) studies" and weapon science calculations. [IBM Supercomputing]
http://i.gizmodo.com/5145315/ibm-sequoia-faster-than-the-fastest-500-supercomputers-combined
...so who is the creator of micro-chips, and micro-computing...?
...IT SURE LOOKS LIKE USA knows how to do things...!
...i feel very proud of this...! i love and respect technology...!
...CANADA catch up to the USA...!
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From The Times
February 4, 2009
Supercomputer with processing power of two million laptops
Michael Harvey and Will Pavia
Among the breed of warehouse-sized calculators known as supercomputers it will be the new king: an almighty machine capable of performing twenty thousand trillion calculations every second.
IBM is developing the Sequoia supercomputer for the US Government, a machine with the processing power of two million laptops.
Today’s fastest supercomputers would seem sluggish in comparison, while past supercomputers would resemble so many rusting Commodore 64s in school jumble sales.
Sequoia, due to be installed in the US Department of Energy’s Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California in 2011, is to perform the calculations and simulations required to test America’s nuclear stockpile.
In its spare time it may be required to investigate the human genome, predict the possible outcomes of climate change, chart the path of tornados and discover new sources of energy.
Any assessment of the speed and power of the proposed machine requires the sort of eye-watering numbers usually reserved for space scientists and Zimbabwean bankers.
According to IBM, given an entire day, the Sequoia could match the output that 120 billion men with calculators might achieve in 50 years. The company estimates that it will be more powerful than today’s 500 most powerful supercomputers combined, and 15 times faster than the fastest of their kind.
While previous supercomputers required warehouses the size of football fields, Sequoia will fit handily inside a large house. Its 1.6 million microprocessors will slot inside 96 refrigerator-sized racks, taking up no more than 3,422 square feet.
As for electricity, it will require a mere 6 megawatts a year: equivalent to the power consumed by 500 American homes. If this does not sound particularly efficient, consider that for every watt of energy used, it will perform 3,000 calculations, against 200 calculations per watt managed by supercomputers today.
The main purpose of the Sequoia programme will be to allow nuclear scientists to determine whether weapons will work as required under the National Nuclear Security Administration stockpile stewardship programme.
“The problem we have with the nuclear stockpile is similar to one you might have at home with a car you’ve kept in the garage for 20 to 30 years,” Mark Seager, assistant department head for advanced technology at Lawrence Livermore, told PC World. “How do you carefully maintain the car so that when you go to start the car, you can be very confident it will start?”
http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/article5649731.ece
...to the mediocre minds, i doubt you will catch up to us, the USA, or Britain...
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