13 October, 2003

IBM unveils giant computing grid in China:

The grid's computing power is expected to be second only to the Japanese government's Earth Simulator supercomputer, a $500 million machine that crunches more than 35 trillion calculations per second, it said.

IBM's system, which runs on the open-source Linux software, will link nearly 100 universities and 10,000 students in China when it is completed, it said.
"IBM unveils giant computing grid in China"

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