Cray's Red Storm goes commercial

Cray plans to release a commercial system based on its Red Storm supercomputer at the Sandia National Laboratory in Albuquerque...

Cray is to release a commercial system based on its Red Storm supercomputer at the Sandia National Laboratory in Albuquerque next year.

The 10,000-processor, Linux-based system - which costs approximately $90m - is capable of operating at 40 trillion calculations per second.

Cray will use the Opteron chip from Advanced Micro Devices for the commercial version.

Written by Computerworld staff

 

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