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  • adj. Used as a metric to signify 1018

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exa- +‎ scale

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  • The term exascale refers to how many calculations a supercomputer can carry out each second.

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  • The term exascale refers to how many calculations a supercomputer can run through each second.

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  • Intel Federal will first focus on the high-performance computing segment, including work on so-called exascale supercomputers.

  • However, in an article published in IEEE Computer in January, Parthasarathy Ranganathan, a Hewlett-Packard electrical engineer, offers a radical alternative to today's computer designs that would permit new designs for consumer electronics products as well as the next generation of supercomputers, known as exascale processors.

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  • The Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa) has awarded the first grants to firms it wants to build so-called exascale computers.

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  • We need IT systems that are 1,000 times more powerful, we need what is called exascale computing

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  • One can actually view cloud-based systems as a kind of exascale class supercomputers designed to support embarrassingly parallel workloads, such as massive information analysis or huge numbers of sen sors and mobile devices.

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  • One can actually view cloud-based systems as a kind of exascale class supercomputers designed to support embarrassingly parallel workloads, such as massive information analysis or huge numbers of sensors and mobile devices.

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  • The lab is designed as an "exascale" HPC center focused on hardware and software optimization. keynote speech last week at the CeBIT exhibition in Hannover, Germany, where Barrett addressed the challenges of

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  • The center is Intel's first joint lab in Europe focused exclusively on "exascale" computers that are able to process 1 trillion instructions per second.

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