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Nanometer processors used for petawhopper computers to keep your lights on Last week, Italian energy company Eni’s took the lead in supercomputers with the launch of its latest petawhopper, the HPC4. At 18.6 petaflops (peak) the new cluster becomes the world’s most powerful commercial system and quadruples the company’s computing capacity to an aggregate peak performance of 22.4 petaflops. According ...

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