Fujitsu launches new Primehpc FX10 Supercomputer

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011 | In Info & Technology | Tags: ,

Fujitsu, the multinational information technology company and also the World’s third largest IT services provider in Japan, has recently launched their new Primehpc FX10 Supercomputer, which comes with top processing performance of 23.2 petaflops.

Fujitsu new Primehpc FX10 Supercomputer
~ Fujitsu new Primehpc FX10 Supercomputer ~

This new Primehpc FX10 Supercomputer is combining the high performance, reliability, scalability and energy efficiency features that deliver high levels of operability. The supercomputer can scale to meet any requirement and offer up to 1024 rack configurations.

It is capable to deliver a high speed, ultra-scale computing environment with estimated computing performance of 23.2 petaflops and 6 petabyte of memory. It runs on the newly developed Sparc64 IXfx processors, which offer significant boost in performance. Each of the processors has 16 cores and utilizing a water-cooling method and high-efficient design that only consume per watt of electricity by computing performance.

Besides these, Primehpc FX10 Supercomputer has high memory bandwidth, scalable interconnect with 10 links and each delivering high performance levels of 5GB per second. Also, its middleware, Technical Computing Suite can handle massively parallel applications operated at the same time. The supercomputer has built-in RAS function in mainframes, which is the reliable technology and high operability feature for a large-scale system in the organization.

Information via fujitsu.


 



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