This is what 37,888 AIBs look like

There’s also 9,472 CPUs in there.

Jon Peddie

Soon, the Frontier supercomputer—the first exascale computer—will be in full operational mode, processing calculations that are difficult to comprehend. Calling it a “computer” is really misleading, as it is nothing like what is sitting on our desk at home or at the office. In the near future, though, it will have a comparable albeit more advanced relative when the Aurora goes online. The power of the Frontier will be put to use to simulate and accurately model the effects of earthquakes, among other things.  Source: Oak Ridge National Laboratory Leadership Computing Facility It’s back to the future in terms of

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